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VOI.. XXin. KO. 151. CHICAGO, THURSDAY, .JUNE 14, 1917. SPECIAL EDITIOH 



VIVA AMERICA'S TRIUMl’ll 



TAKES THE LONG ESTABLISHED CLIPSETTA 
STAKES LIKE TRULY HIGH-CLASS FILLY. 



M&Hon Goosby Gives Weight and a Beating to Good 
Handicap Horses — Close Finishes One of the 
Latonia Features — Two Ladies’ Days. 



K.v.. .Tiiiu* 1^. — (’. T. Worthimrton’s 
K|M‘cdy Viva in tlu' ruiminc 

<*f tin* riipsi'tta Sttiki's, vvlu«!» fralunMl to<la.v’s 
rarintr at Iiatoni:!, that sin* far outrlassns llin 
«*th«*r two-yrar old fillies in those ]iarts and is 
probably tin* !*«*st of ln*r ag«* ;iinl sex in t’lis 
«oniitry. Oin* tliiim rertaiii. she j»o.-;sessi*s a i>ln*- 
noiin‘iiaI turn of spe«*d atnl nets as if sin* eoiild 
inaintain it over ;i lonjr route, if ask<*d to do so. 
In t«Kla.v’s raee. sin* was allowed to go ;it top 
speed for tin* first eighth and it earrieil her into 
a five lengtlis leail over sin h goo<! e,in*s as Atalanta 
:iinl tJipsy t^Mieen. Hanover lM*gan «*asing her up 
;ifter going the fir^^t ♦*ighth and allow»*d her to 
rate a length in advaine of the others nntil ronnd- 
ing into the streteli. wln*re he gradnall.v had her 
move awa.v and, with a g<*od six lengths margin 
at the finish, sin* w.as still under restraint. Gipsy 
<^ueen. ninler hard riding, outstayed Oeean Sweep 
for second jdae»* and Atalanta was in front of 
the <dhers. The stake was worth net to the 

winner. 

Se< n*tary (’ampbell’s ra<*ing arrangenn*nt this aft- 
erinxm was a go«Ml one and. e<»nph*d with the fine 
weather, another immense attemianee w;is «>n hand 
to view the sport. The racing was (*njoyable and 
in si*v«*ral inst.-uiees. there were close finishes. 
'Phe Tnvier (Mnb Ilaiidi<ap of :it a mile and 

:m eighth, served ;is a s«*<‘<*ndary featnn*. and in 
it M:iri<m ibmsb.v triumphed. His victory was 
mainl.v due to the blundering riiles (hat Van Dnsen 
;«nd l4<*wder gave 'l’<»ka.v ami Ellison. Van Dnsen 
kept Tokay under sm-h hard restraint in tin* early 
rnnning that it virtnall.v <hoked the Fuller hors, 
into exlnmstion and he quit badl.v wiien called on 
for .Mil elT<»rt in tin* stretch. 

Walter Drady was an intended “g<*od thing” in 
the ofM*iier. but he could do not b**tter th.in l.ind 
sei'otni, .\mbnscade b«*ating him out in the last 
sevent.v .vards. 

Impressive made g(KMl in the second ra«*o after 
leading for the entire way and .1. .1. .Mnrdo<k 
show«*d the wa.v to the finish in the thinl ra«*e. 
The winner was rid<h*n by the unknown Sharp. I*nt 
that .ioeke.v put up a riding exhibiiion worthy of 
the ln*st. ami in quite striking contrast with tliat 
of Met‘*alf. who r«»de .Mdebaran. 

.lolin Whitlow has decided to ship Westy Hogan 
and two others in his .stable to New York m*xl 
Satnrda.v. 

E. R. Bradley and Jockey Lowder Part Company. 

K. U. Dradley and joeke.v Lowder have come to 
the p.arting of their wa.vs, and the rid«*r has be«*n 
given an ojilion to pureiiasi* his release f»»r 
T'lie eontrai-t h-is still seventeen montlis to inn. 
Failure <*n the part of tiie riiler to get along with 
idher eniplo.ves in the stable, is the cans** given 
for Dradle.v’s ilesire to dispose of tin* eontraet. 

IManager Ha«*hmeister annonneed this ;ift(*rnoon 
that he had de«*ided on two ladi<*s’ da.vs fnr t!iis 
meeting. 'I'he first will be .Tnm* LMt ami tin* seeomi 
one .lune 27. All ladies aeiompanied b.v escorts 
will t»e .‘(dm it ted fn*** on both these d:iys. 

M. I.owenstein has telegrapln*d hen* for stalls 
for five h.orses that he is desirous of bringing from 
Montreal. 

.lolin W. Sehorr will, at the close of the local 
meeting, divide his string, sending one in elnirge 
of .lolin F. Sehorr to Empire (Mt.v and the others 
in 1‘harge of his train<*r. .1. '1'. Moom*.v, to Saratog;i. 

E. It. I?radh*y ha;* decided to .s«*nd ;i division of 
his horses to Windsor at the eonelusion of the 
Latonia meeting. 

Included among tin* work-outs this morning ovi*r 
n fast track the following wen* <*onsidered the lM*st; 
Dixie Highway, five-eigliths, 1:0:1%; Miladi Anne. 
thn*e-oighths. :J7 : Inmwent Inez, five-(*ighths. 1:0:»; 
rrinee Albert, mile. 1;1S%; Angelim*. five-(*igliths. 
1:03%: Silk Day. tliree-eigbths. .10; For Fair, three- 
eiglitiis. HH%; (Mare, three-quarters, 1:10; Saffron 
Girl, three -qimrters. 1:17%; Tim ^leG<*e, five- 
eighths. 1:01%; I'in Feather, three-quarters, 1:21%; 
Santoi. five-eigliths. 1:02*%; (Jrand Duke, half mih*, 
ri2; Olga Star, mile, 1:47; Intone, mile, 1:47%; 
Phoeion, three-<piarters, 1:17; Gonrtl.v Lass, three- 
quarters. 1:17%: Al(*rt. mile. ]:.">0%; Auriga, half 
mile. r»0%; Wilhite, mile, 1:47; Lingtal, tliree- 
quarters, 1:1S%; Spadix. tlin*e-«piarters. 1:1S%; 
Irish Gentleman, mile. 1:1K%; Kermath, three- 
eighths. 30%; Faux Pol, five-eighths, 1:02%; 
Deaiitifnl Girl. mih*. 1:.''»2%; Miss Minn, mile, 1:40; 
Rosewood, (hn*e-<piarters. 1:17; (Jmirtette, five- 
eighths. 1:03‘%; Mehaffey, five-eighths, 1:02%; 
Waterblue, mile, 1:43%. 



CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF. 



The stables of Messrs. Heale. Krause and Heath - 
cote arc among the late arrivals at Hillcrest Park. 

It is notalile that tin* good handicap horse 
Marion Goosby has been “nerved” in two of his 
legs. 

The entr.v of Insurance Man will be refused in the 
future at Hillcrest Park on account of inconsistent 
running. 

Trainer W. N. Wallace, as a result of the dis- 
persal of the Ke.vstone stable, has no horse on his 
hands, for the first time in a long while. 

Edward Arlington, who races a small stable 
over the eastern tracks, has sold to Jess Willard 
the Buffalo Bill show for $10.*»,000. Arlington was 
the sole owner of the big circus. 

Mose Goldblatt plans to campaign the big stable 
of Jefferson Livingston at the Empire City meeting 
nt Y'onkers, N. Y., at the eonelusion of the Ken- 
tucky season, afterwards shipping to Saratoga. 

W. A. Kirivan, who formerly figured as the 
owner of a racing stable, is now employed in the 
accounting department of the Latonia track, being 
in charge of the disbursements to winning owners. 



XEKT1TCKY ASSOCIATION SHOWS PATRIOTISM. 



Lexington, Ky., June 13. — The Kentucky Associa- 
tion, owners of the I/exiiigton running race track, 
the oldest In America, has subsccibed for $5,(MK) 
worth of the Liberty Loan Bonds, in lieu of devot- 
ing that sum to dividends to stockholders, or to im- 
provements at the course, as has been customary. 



MISS OOBDOK REFUSED REHEARING. 



New Orleans, La., Jnne 13. — The Supreme Court 
on Monday last refused a reliearing in the case of 
Miss Jean M. Gordon against the Business Men’s 
Racing Association, which she sought to have 
placed iA the bands of a receiver. 



BELMONT PARK FORM CHART. 



NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1917. — Belnnmt Park. Fourteenth d.iy. Westchester Racing As- 
soei.-it ion. S|>ring .Meeting of 17 days. Weather cloudy. 



Steward to Ut pn*sent Joeke.v iMnh. H. K. Knapp. Judges, E. C, 
Mars Cassidy. Raring Secretary. A. MeL. Earloi-ker. 



. Smith and (7. H. Pettingill. Starter, 



Raring starts at 2::i(> n. m. ((Miirago time 1 :.‘50 p. m.). •Indirates apprentice allowance. 



pr FIRST R.VCE -5-8 Mile Straight. (Jiim* 1. 1JM)7 — .la— 2 — 122.) Purse 
C# V* ol ds. Sel ling. Net value to winnor s<*<*oml. .$DK); third, $50. 



$r»(H). 2-year- 



In.lex IIors«*> 



AWtPPSt H 



% Str Fin .To<*ke.vs Owners 



32i;78 ST1T( H IN TI.MB 

;;:^.4Ko thistle 
;?:p»r;o simioolgiri^ 
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orii .XF.IMIEW 
32 73:>3 PORTI A 
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O II C P 



w KiG 1 1 
w hv, 1* 

W 105 C 4 
w ini r. 2 
w 108 7 d 
W 105 s 8 
w las J .5 
w 112 l 7 



P l»i 4A 



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7' 8 



0-5 7-101-3 out 
7-5 
3 
1 
3 
1 



3- ]i* M Muxton .1 Sanford 

4- i 4;: 2- .1 Williains.M L Schwartz d 8 S ;i 

1” 3' 3' L Lykes J liutler 12 20 20 7 

K Troxh r .1 W McCMellund G 8 8 2i 

A Srhu‘g’r.1 Garson 15 20 2O 7 

i 0' E CamidiMlE li Gassatt 10 10 6 2 

“I J McTag’t 1 r» Thorne 10 12 12 5 2 

1*: Ambrose.! I> Parr S 12 12 5 2 

M'iine. 1:00%. Track clow. 

Winni r It. f. b.v Dalhonsh*- Pins and Needles (traiin*d b.v 11. Hughes; bred l*.v Mr. John Sanford). 
Went to |»rst at 2;:*r». .\1 post t niiiinti*. Start ginnl and slow. Won driving: second and third the 
syno. STFK 11 IN' 'IM^iE. ran green «*arly. but responded gamely wln*n put to a drive and oiitsta.ved 
4’HIS’ri.i: at the rnd. 'nilSMM.E gaimd sleadil.v under hard riding. Ixit was tiring in the closing strides, 
sri IGVd.G 1 Ri. ran \v**n thronghont. .H NE RFC show«*d tin* most s()e(*d, hut tirod under her weight. 
OFR .NEPHEW ran well. PGRMMA w.is away imorl.v. The winner, entered for $1,000, was hid up to 
.$2.(M>.5 ami bought in. 

Serati*ln*d All P.iight, 103; 3:?Oi:r- George Washington. lOS; Elysian, D»3. 



83666 



SECOND R.VCE — About 3 Miles. (Jnne 12. 101(1— 0:1(>%, — 7 — 140.) Seventeenth Rnn- 
ning Grand National Steeplechase. $1..5(K> Added. 4-year-oIds and upward, 
liandiea]). Net value to winner .$1,805; second. $2.50; third. $L5(t. 



Ind«*x Ilors.'s 




A Wt 


I’l 


St 


5 


10 


15 


IS Fin 


Jockeys Owners 


Ki 


jiiiv. Odds Str’t 


:{.353 i " i:X FF' ’'T.YTIi >N 


w 


6 Ml 


(> 






2^ 


1“ 


1 ‘ 1 ll*v 


H Haynes J F Widener 




24 2 7-101-:; 


:t353t ROHFRT OLIVER 


\v 


{■> 1:57 


.5 


6 


6‘ 


7 


7 


2- L"* 


M O’tJoiTrll Parr 


8 


10 10 :j :j -2 


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w 


1 142 


:? 


5 


4' 


6' 


4' 


4 - :d 


W Hlako W R Foe 


3 


4A 4 3-2 3-5 


(:F453 1)FA!A10FTH 


w 


5 1.51 


7 


1 


5' 


4' 


.5' 


:u 4 - 


N Kennedy F A Clark 


t2 


i::-5i3-rd 2-5 


(3:4.5;»9)MARTIA.N 


w 


6 135 


1 


2 


3' 






r,io r,i5 


F Kleiuk H W Sago 


5 


« 6 2 1 


:;:4i77 m. j. shanno.n 


V/ 


1» 143 


U 


4 


7 


5' 


«4 


6' 


W Booth M Ij Schwartz 


15 


15 15 5 21 


:'.31(58 IIHSLLR 


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M 


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T Parrette F A Clark 


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tt'onph'd in betting; no si*parate place or show lH*tting. 

M'inie. 6:09% (new tra<k rerord). Track slow. 

Winner I’., g. b.v Kilkerran - 'Papiola (trained by J. H. L(*wis; bred by M(*ssrs. Tallnit Bros.). 

Wi*nt (o p»»st :!t 3 ;Ot>. At post 1 minute. Start good and slow. Won driving; se<*ond and third the 
sann*. EX l'E(''rATl()\ pass<*d HIBLER and. after being rated in front, ontgamed RDBER'r OLIVER in 
the last eightli. ROBERT OLiVER was far haek in tlio earl.v running and moved up m«*naeingl.v in the 
last on irter. but tin*d in tin* closing strides. I’.ET sav<*d ground wiiere possibh*. but tir«*d finally. FAL- 
.Mor'i'H meed f<»r two miles nn;h*r a choking pull and iiuit when called on. MARM'IAN ran well. HIB- 
LER <iuit. 



MMIIRD RAGE 1 1-4 Miles. (June 2S. 1‘)1:L-2:0(>-^ (L-1,30. ) $700 Added. 4 .vea 

0 0x30 § olds an<l njiward. S«*lling. Net value to winner $.520; second, $125; third, $75. 



Index Horses 




A WtPT 


•St 


V4 


% 


% Str Fin 


Jockeys Owners 


0 H C P S 


( :;.45G5 ) » 1 M F I ) A T .F 


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1 101 1 


4 


3’ 


43 


3:: li i'A 


M Rowan 3’ Snii^h 


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:;:i595M*:i> bo.nd 


w 


4 1'h; r. 


u 


5 


5 


21 2' 2* 


K Ainlirosi W L Oliver 


6 () V» 7-0 2-i» 


:4:445 1 - • M. H KR K.M A NX 


wn 


4 i<>; 2 


.3 


1- 


F» 


j3 3"* :>** 


i: Troise J W McClelland 


3-2 2i 2\ 4-5 1-4 


:RL537 star g azf 


wn 


7 107 


5 


4% 


*2- 


4- \S li 


A (’ollins K Herz 


5 7 ♦; 8-6 1-2 



kodkrhj 



w I 105 1 I 2 >* 



Sehu’g'TO I>*wisohn 30 30 30 6 24 

Time. 25. 51. 1:16%, 1:13%, 2:08-*5. Track slow. 

Winn<*r- B. g, by Garry Ib*rrmann — Dovi*eote (trained by W. Sliields; bred l>y Mr. G. I). Widener, 
Jr. ). 

Went to iK»st at 3:40. At post 1 minute. Start good and slow. W«*n easily; second and third driv- 
ing. DOVED.XLE ehised ii]* rapidly when called (Ui. passeil ED BO.ND in the final drive and won going 
awa.v. ED I'.O.ND saved ground on tlie last turn and <lrew up to the winner in the last eighth, Init tired. 
.^1.\DA.^IE IIERR.M.VNN showed tlie most early speed, but tired badly in the streteh. STAR GAZE ran 
(»nt on the last (urn. 

Overweights Roderie. 1 pound. 



38668 



Indt*x Horses 
.•;:L5;D*,-TM(nvwi(’K 



i:;:{2G5 )\vo(>i)TRAp 
2JDUS MOLLl.STER 
e':4*»(;5-.MII K.M A.N 
.3;ir>l7M)KFi:NSE 
( 2«K Hi ) JACK MOL'N’r 



FDl RTIl RA(M:-3-1 Mile Main Course. (June .3. 1015 -1:11%— 7— 125.) .$7(K) Added. 

:;-year-<.lds. l land ieai>. .\>*t value to winn»*r .$(>05; seeond. $125;_thir^, $75. 

A ~iv t IM»S t -yi l^tr Fin Ji l ekeys Owners " ~ ( > 1 1 P S 

;u 3^ 1 = 4 P V ke.ogh J E Widener 
14 1' 2- 2'4 J Hutwell A Helmont 



wn 118 1 
\vn 12') 2 
wn 110 .5 
wn 111 0 
wn HI 4 
wn 120 3 
IMiiie 



♦> 



1- 4'; 



t;-r> S-.5 .3-2 .3-.5 1-4 
5 t; c 5 1-3 
10 15 12 
11.524 24 
(5 8 7 

10 12 12 



4 2 

4 5 1-3 
2 4-5 

4 8 5 



.54 3- J Loftu.s A K Maeoniber 
.3^ 4'.’. M Buxton I righton .Stable 
0 .5- .1 MiTag’t.I E Mad.leii 

44 (5 C F’b’ther W II Coe 
23%, 48 Vi. 1:13*/5. Track slow. 

AVi*in«*r It. g, b.v Garry Hernnann - Zoo la (tmim*d by T. Wels'i; bred by Mr. G. D. Widener. Jr.). 
W(*nt to post at 4:07. .\t post 1 minute. Start good and slow. Won easily; seeond and thinl ilriv- 

ing. PK'KWK I\ foRoweil Hu* leaders under slight restraint. siiiqM*d through ne.xt to the rail when en- 
t»*ring tlu* lioiiK'sl retell and uon with sp«*ed in reserve. WDtlD'rii.YP meed MILKM.YN into defeat, but 
eoiild not wiHistand (he winner’s ehallengi*. HOLLlS'rER closed up fast in tin* last <|Uartor and finished 
gaining. MILK.M.AN showe«| e;irlv speed, hut tired. .IA(’K MOFNT was eased iqi at tlie end. 

Siratelud- :4:).5:43-Snnrtash ll.', IIS; ,3.3.5:k3 Bally, lOS. 



38669 



FlI ril RA(’E 5-8 Mile Straight. (June 1. Ift07—.5.S— 2—122. ) Purse $600. 2-year- 



olds 



1 nde X Hor^^s 

.3:4101 BIOLI) M'A.S.SEL w lo5 1 1 5 

h a.nd grenade w los 2 2 

PF. I NEEDS w 110 1 1 

:<3:i6f) FA.NA'MAN w 108 5 6 

( :G44! 7 ) HEREDITY wn 120 B 0 

:R4535^GA.ME <’0CK wn lOS 8 7 

TROIMIY w lOS 3 .3 

32952 SIXTEEN TO ONE \v 112 4 8 

3:4 17H OE.NMVNE w Bk5 10 10 

.3.3600 1;RAVAIK> w 108 5 4 

:43560 AIKJRATION II. wn 10T> 7 11 



Alimvanees. N5*t v;ilne to winner $450; s eeond, $100; third . $.5 0. 

"Twfpi^t % 



% % Str Fin 




Jockeys Owners 


0 


H 


(.: 


P 


S 


M 1- 


i'- 


M 


Garner ,I F Madilen 


1* 


3 


13- r 


d 


1-2 


3' 3i 


21 


M 


Buxtem A K Macomber 


2 


2 


9 5 


4-5 


2-5 


2,'. 2»i 




J 


Butvv«*ll A Belmont 


6 


8 


8 


3 


8-5 


8' 4' 


4h 


J 


Mc'Tag’t T P 3’horno 


6 


7 


6 




6-5 


(to f.l 




.1 


WilliarnsM L Schwartz 


8 


10 


8 


3 


8— a 


7i 7‘ 


6' 


M 


Rowan H I*ratt 


20 


30 


30 


10 


6 


6' 6A 


7i 


s 


McGraw ()uincy Stable 


20 


:;o 


30 


10 


5 


10" 10" 


8= 


w 


Knapp Bevcrwyck StableS 


10 


10 


4 


2 


6’ 0= 


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L 


McAtei* G A Cochran 


20 


30 


30 


10 


5 


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lOi 


F 


AmbroscK Parr 


40 


r/> 


20 


8 


4 


11 11 


u 


K 


Weah’yJ Sanford 


30 


30 


30 


10 


» 



1:00. Track slow. 

Winner— Ch. f, by Star Shoot— Rose of Gold (trained by W. S. Walker; bred by Mr. John E. Mad- 
d<*n). 

Went to post at 4:34. At post 5 minute.-. Start good and slow. Won easily; seeond and third driv- 
ing. GOLD 'IWSSEL drew clear in the first eighth and hehl the race safe to win in a canter. HAND 
(iREN’.VDi: was under hard pressure tliroughont and outstayed PKINCEPS in the final drive. The latter, 
a goiHl looker, ran a trifle green and the effort should improve him. PANAMAN finished gamely. A dog 
ran .*i« ross the track at the three -eighths i>ost and interfered with the horses on the outside. 



Index Hors«*s 

.33565 3SPECTHE 



3-year-olds and 

upwa rd. (Ma im ing. Net value to win ner $150; seeond. $ 100; t hird, $50. 



SIXMMl RAFE- 1 Mile. (Sept. 7. 1914— 1 ;36%- -3—117. ) Purse $600. 



A WtP^^V4_%_% Jit^Fin Joe^ys ^0wners_ 

V 3 !>0 .3 4 44 3i‘ 34 P 1'4 L MeAtoc .1 L Price 



■4541 1-3 

3 4 2 3-5 out 

15 20 15 5 3- 2 

7-101 9-101-3 out 

15 20 20 6 2 



( :43595 ) WONDERFUL w n 3 110 4 5 2' 2^* 24 2» 24 C F’b’ther W R Coe 

;t:44ll*STALVV’T HELENwn 5 101 5 15 4« 4» 34 3« M Rowan Victory Stable 

33537 2 ‘TRANSIT WB 6 113 2 3 1* 1*» 14 4** 4* B Kleeger Marrone Stable 

33518 RUNAVAY' wn 6 118 1 2 3»» 5 .5 5 5 S McGraw W L Crosby 

Time, 24%, 49%, 1:16*%. 1:43. Track slow. 

Winner- Ch. f, b.v Ballot— Star Dreamer (trained by N. B.ver; bred by Mr. H. P. Headley). 

Went to post at .5:04. At |>ost 1 minute. Start good and slow. Won easily; second and third driv- 
ing. SPE(’M’KE mi-ed in ch»se earl.v pursuit of the leaders, drew clear in the last eighth and won going 
awa.v. WONDERFFL raced in closest pursuit and held on gamely to the finish. STALWART HELEN 
came wide in the lioniestreteh, but w'as going fast at the end. TRANSIT pulled up lame. 

Scratched— :13667 Star (laze, IIS. 

Overweights — Si>eetre. .3 iKUinds. 

COLOR IN ENGLISH CLASSIC RACES. 



STEEPLECHASE FEATURE TO EXPECTATION. 



Carries J. E. AVulencr’s Colors to Victory in the 
Grand National Steeplechase at Belmont Park. 



New Y’ork. June 1.3. — J. E. Wi«lener’s .iump«*rs ] 
eontinned tlu*ir winning wiiys at Belmont Park this 
afteni'ion. wIm*u Expertation was returned winner 
of tin* Grand National Slet*ple<*hase, the feature 
race of :i mid week progr.mi. H.a.vnes i»nt up 
aiieiher of his top-iu*teIi rides to bring tliis .jumper 
home a head in D*ont of Ual P;irr’s RolM*rt Oliver, 
.vitii W. R. Foe’s Bft a distant and b'*at *11-011 
third. 'riie winn<*r was dropped in behind tln^ 
earl.v leader. Hihler, and w1m*ii called on. t(M»k the 
leail as the fi«*ld (*assed the elnhhonse for (In* final 
turn. lla.vnes ratt*d him along in tliis position 
and when <*lialb*nged b.v Rob(*rt Oliver Hiree eiglitlis 
from hoim*. reservi*d bis Tiionnt until in (be final 
eigitth jind. under a rousing finish, bnxigiit him 
first past the judges’ stainl. RolK*rt Olivi*r, favored 
Ir*’ the weigiit ;issignin»*nt, ;ift'*r being ontriaeed 
earl.v. moved no in menacing fasiiion on tin* far (urn 
and :ipp(*;ind all over the wininr at the sixte«*nth 
jiost. but tired badly riglit at tin* end. 

'I'lie Grand National bad u net value of .$1,895 
(o the winner ;ind marked tin* fourtli straight 
score for tin* Widener stabh* in the jniiiping rao«*s. 

3'ln* viet»»r.v of .Stitch in 'riiu«* marked tin* fiC't 
t wo-.v«*ar-old seor** of the .vear for tlie John .Sanford 
establishnn*nt and it w;is mil.v :i most ein*rgeti<* 
ride on tin* part of Joeki*y Buxton (hat bronghi ln*r 
inone in fnmt. 3'his rith*r is showing [(artienhirl.v 
good form :it iiresent. 

Macomber Yearlings Arrive from Enslard. 

'rw(*nty-two yearlings consigned to A. K. Maeom- 
lH*r b.v J. B. Jot I *l<iek<*d in .New Vork Fity during 
tin* afternoon, and their new <»win*r was infornn*d 
of tln*ir arrival b.v phone. The.v ar<* the progeny 
>f Snnstar. Snnfh»wer I!., and I’rinee Palatine. 'I'hey 
will Ih* shipp<*d iinin4*di:it«‘l.v to Kentnek.v. 

Lawn*n«-e Itnmse.v and Fn*deriek Prinet*. members 
of tin* .\ineri«*an flying corps in I'ranee. were 
pn*s( nt in the ePablionse and also Caidain Bonell, 
<»f Hie British aviation fore<*. 

'ri;<* F.rigliton Stabh* lias pnndmsed Hn* good four- 
ve.ir old St, Isiilun*, a Sanford-bred racer, from A. 
l\. .Macomber. 

J. W. May d(*parts for Igitonia t(»niglit to saddle 
IJberty Loan in tin* D«*rby o:i Satnrda.v and J. 
l.oftus. who will have (ho leg np on the Ma«*onib;*r 
«*oIt. departs t«»murrow night. 

E. J. McGraw was an arrival from Baltimore 
during tin* d.i.v. 

James Joloison will school E. J. R**ane.v’s n*«*(*nt 
purchase* Seminoh* King over Hu* .jnmF>s and, should 
his form through Hn* field warrant it. he will Ih* 
)»oiiited for Hie Harbor Hill Flip. 

W. 'Travers bi«l np John Sanford’s SI itch in 'Time 
from .<:i.(MM) to $2.nno aftor that filly won Hn* first 
ra«*e. I (It sin* was bought in by Hie stalile for the 
eilstoniar.v $5 advance. 

CLOSE AND HARD-FOUGHT FINISHES 



Feature Majority of Races at Blue Bonnets Over 
Drying-out Track — Sweep Up II. Fails Badly. 



^Ioiitn*al. (jin*.. Jnne 1.3,— 'Tlie raei*s at Bine 
B<*nin*ts this afternoon were run over a drying-mit 
track. 'Tin* iiniirovenient in the footing bnmglit 
an iiiiproveiiient in Hn* sjiort. 'Tin* majority of 
the finisln*s found Hi«* winin*rs uinh*r hard drives, 
to win b.v small margins. 

In the opener a hand of fonrt(*en platers faced 
the starter and (’ardonie just managed to drive 
homo b.v a iieok in front of Beant.v Spot. In the 
see4»nd rai-e E. Mi*Bri<h*’s Mar.v Maud beat Sweep 
Fp II. b.v a head in a raee that the latter should 
hav(* W4»n, and in the mih* ami an eighth handicap 
King .Neptnin* upset ealeul:iti<Mis h.v lM*ating 51os- 
eowa out b.v a ln*ad. 

J. W. Ib*al(*.v traiiK'd the winm*r of the steeple- 
chase in Wooils Stoi'kton’s Stucco, which won easil.v 
fnnii (’has. F. Gralng<*r. 'I'lie earl.v pace was 
slow, all of tile starters being under restraint for 
the first turn of the fi«*ld. 

Pleasure B«*nt, winner of the seeond race at 
P.lm* Bonin ts on 'rin*sflay. was bred b.v the Messrs. 
Davies at their 'Thorindiffe Farm, near 'Tonnito. 
'Tin* Davies Dndhers «»wn Isdli the sin* and dam. 
'The.v pnrehns<*d Nealon from Bann*y Sehn*ilK*r and 
lin*d Frolii* with which the.v won the Breeders’ 
Stakes at W«»odbine Park a few' .vears back. 

Frank J. Bryan, who has lM*en officiating as oiu* 
of the st(*wards at Blue Bonnets, will return to 
New Y'ork tomorrow night. William P. Riggs, 
anoHn*r of the active stewards here, leaves for 
Baltinion*. 

Will Install Mutuels at Grand Rapids. 

An arrangement has be(*n made with Mortimer 
Mahoin*.v to tak»* charge of and install the mntiiel 
plant at the Graml Rapids track, Miehigan, wln*re 
a ten da.vs’ meeting will hi* giv(*n under tin* 
aiisiiiees of the Business Men's As:soeiation of that 
eit.v. 5!r. IMahone.v will send a representative to 
the Furniture (’it.v at the eonelusion of the Blue 
Bonnets meeting, to arrange all the details. 

W. J. Morri.son has lK*en engaged to act as 
pn*siding steward at the Mais.soneuve track, whieli 
meeting frdlows the one at Blue Bonnets. 

Five ear loads of horses leave for Connaught Park 
tonight to be on hand for the ois'iiing of the 
Ottawa meeting on Satnrda.v. In the consignment 
will be the following: J. E. Seagram. Brookdah* 

Stable. J. Lnmsdon. Mr. A. C. llnmplm'.vs, (’apt. 
W. J. Press, 'Thorneliffe Stable and H. Giddings. 

Jockey Borel returns to New Y’ork at the eon- 
elusion of the Blue Bonnets meeting. R. F. Carman 
has changed his plans and will, instead of s<*nding 
a division of his stable to Ottawa, ship them 
back to New Y'ork. 

It was I. Barrett who had the mount on Early 
Light in the steeplechase Tuesda.v and not J. Clark. 
The later rode Rhomb, which finished last. 



ANSWERS TO QUERIES. 



i ('ommi)iiieations without names and addresses I 
I will rot Ijo noticed nor answered. No answers will | 
I be sent by mail and none by wire unless reply pre- | 
I paym»*nt is made at time of wiring query. 1 



R. L. T., Dayton, O. Delorimier, Hilh-rest and 
Dnfferin are the “live” Canadian half mile tracks. 

W. D. L.. Atlanta. Ga. An investment of $2 
on Hanovia at Blue Bonnetts June 9 called for a 
return of $6.60. 

W. H. K. and C. II. W., Cincinnati, O. Backers 
of Ja.v Bird singly June 9 lost. The entry should 
have been backed. 

H. B. C., Grand Rapids, Mich. A straight and 
place wager on Runway at Belmont Park, June 7, 
would have been a loser. 

A. E. R., Indianapolis, Ind. Bughouse’s average 
was 15 to 1, the track opening of 20 to 1 and clos- 
ing at 10 to 1 being the elements to be considered. 
A limit is based on track prices. 

Capt. J. M. C., Nashville. Tenii, This new’spaper 
has long advanced the opinion that w'hen a field 
horse in the mutuels wins or runs to a place, all 
other field horses in the race win accordingly. It 
is only fair to say tliat this opinion does not meet 
with general acceptance. 



Some i>eople show a prefeix'nee for a certain color 
in horses; and to the majority a flashy chestnut 
takes the eye quicker than the more sober bay or 
brown, j'ct if there is om* turf truism more positive 
than another it is that the browns are the better 
horses. Everylxxly knows how\ when last year 
Tagalie won the Derb.v, the quidnuncs discounted 
her chances chiefl.v be<*ause she was a gray filly, 
and it was pointed out that in the histor 3 ’ of the 
blue ribbon only one other gray (Smolensk©) had 
won the Ep.som event. Drinmore, winner of the 
City and Suburban, is a bay, and Amecy, the Metro- 
politan w’inner is a brown. 

Here are some interesting statistics showing the 
number of winners of different colors to date, in 
the Derby, Oaks and St. Leger; 



Color Derby. Oaks. St. Leger. Total. 

Browns and bajs..9H 98 107 303 

Chestnuts 32 33 27 92 

Grays 2 1 2 5 

Blacks 1 1 1 3 



The predominance in the totals is so overpowering 
that tkere should be little need to dilate upon 



the subject, but statistics are available to prove 
that the “placed” horses in the three events pre- 
dominate to the same extent as do the winners. The 
most remarkable point, however, in this connection 
is that, when chestnuts or grays are mateil with 
their own colors the mares almost invariably foal 
to their own color, while a black horse and a 
black nian^ produce nearly 10 per cent chestnuts. 
Two browns may evolve any color, bay or brown, 
or chestnut, and a seeker after instances whose 
authority is unimpeachable asserts that the certain 
transmission of the chestnut color is indei>endent 
of the color of the ancestors. 

When the parents are of different color, the 
lighter color is the more easily transmitted. Black? 
and chestnuts produce browns, smne times chest- 
nuts, and blacks seldom. Grays transmit their 
color most frequently, blacks least frequently. Dark 
browns with chestnuts usually get chestnuts, light 
browns with chestnuts get washy chestnuts. A 
chestnut mated with a gray may get rid of the 
gray hue of the foal, and yet, despite these favor- 
able conclusions, it appears that chestnuts are 
mostly in the minority. That is to say, a sommary 
of the Stud Book would probably show fewer 
chestnut loals than bay pr brown or other colors. 




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TKLlCGRAPHir FORM. 



The hors4‘s whhli s**cni best in Tlmrstlay’s racc*s 
arc: 

Latonia, Ky., .lone 13. 

1— Frcccut t*T. .lulm Wiggins. Ibnefa<lor. 

2— Hasly Cma, Mai*. Highland Lassie. 

3 — Monotony. liT»*giiiar, Square De.aler. 

4 — P.edtiiiie Sl«>ries. tjneeii Errant. Snnflasli. 

5 — OpP^'Hunity. ( apt. Rees. Criiice llenuis. 

R. .lOHNSON, Ranette, Azalea. 

7 — Julia L., Alert, Intuio*. 

J. L. Dempsey, 
Observer’s Latonia Handicap. 

1 — Freeeuller. Nih. John AViggins. 'ranlac. 

2 - lliglilaiul Lussii*, Clare, llasty Cora, tJinger 

(Join. 

3 — .Square Dealer, Monotony, Adeline L., Irregu- 

lar. 

4 — BEirriME STORIES, Siinfl.ish, Rosewood, 

<JiH*eii Errant. 

5 — OpiMTt unity, Jane Straitli, (’apt. R(*es, Water 

Witih. 

6 — R. R. Johnson. Panette. Azalea, Postmaster. 

7 — Julia I.., Fly Home, Mi.ss Fannie, Zini. 



Belmont Park, N. Y., June 1,3. 

1 -Enfihoie. Drastie. Froslilla. 

2— Sarsenet. Sliaiimm River. Yodeling. • 

3— Wanda Pitzer. Favour. Genesis. 

4 -Li t ri.r.rrE, a. K. .M:ic«»mber t*ntry. Royal 
Ensign. 

5 — Ell Roehe. Bine Tliisth*. Straight Forward. 

0— Simr, Ci-lamlria, Chielet. 

F. J. Ortcll. 

Observer’s Belmont Park Handicap. 

1 — Enfilade, Drasth*. Post Mark. Frostilla. 

2 — S.arsenet. Man-heii:i. Sliaiiiimi River. Ahdmi. 

3— Favour. Wanda l‘itz«*r. Miss Kriifer, t^ueeii of 

tlie Se:i. 

4 — Trackseiid, War Machine, I.ucnllite, Royal 

Ensign. 

5— Ed Roehe, J. J. Lillis, Straight Forward, P.Im* 

Thistle. 

6 — SIM’R, Cliiilet, Celamlria. Whimsy. 



Blue Bonnets — Montreal. (Jue.. June 1.3. 

1 -LADA EILEEN, ’rogolaml, .Sam Piekett. 

2— C’oi»per King, Last Spark, R« d J’ost. 

3 — Hornet. Carl ley. Old Pop. 

4 — -SlnnpMTer, ('has, E. Grainger, Ihaldest. 

,5 -Christie, Reprobate, Sands ot Pleasure. 

(» — M.'ixim’s ('hoie<‘. 3'lie JIusylMjdy. Goodwood. 

7— Fairy I.,<*gend, Obtdiis, Stiden Ante, 

T. K. Lynch. 

Observer’s Blue Bonnets Handicap. 

1 — T.»:id.v Eileen, S:im Pickett, Maiiradt'r, Howard 

Itlaiid. 

2— (’opper King, I..ast Spark. <’orn Broom, Ain- 

pliioti. 

3 — Evnier. R.ivencourt, Alecto, liormd. 

4— SlumlH*rer, Clias. F. Gi*aiiiger, Reddest, Idle 

Michael. 

5 — SANDS OF PLEASURE, Christie, Reprobate, 

Jack Reeves. 

6— Maxim’s ('lioice. The BiisylHid.v, Good\v«H>d, 

JLizcliint . 

7 — OlMdiis, Sam Slick, Stolen Ante, Fairy Ijegend. 



Devonshire Park — Windsor, Out., June 13. 

1 — Walter Dalit, Siiieerity, High Cost. 

2 — Violet, Fathom. Dash. 

.T-FELK’IDAD. Swift Fox. Old Harry. 

4— ljil>crator. Fox.v GrifT. Noyniin. 

5— Fruit (’ake, Crumps.-ill. Gipsey fjeorge. 

♦5 — I*etit Bleu, Pill Money, Coinniauretta. 

7 — Little Siring, Gordon Russell, ’riajaii. 

W. J. Morrison. 

Observer’s Devonshire Park Handicap. 

1 — Siiieerity, High (’ost, AValtcr Dant, Winsiun- 

vt*ni. 

2 — Encore, Fathom. Violet. Corkey W. 

3 - FelieidaiL Blaise. Lazy Ixiii, Sw ift Fox. 

3— LIBERATOR, Foxy GritT, David Craig, Anna 

K niter. 

5 — (iipsey George, Fruit ('ake, ('ruinpsull, Gordon 

Russell. 

6 — Petit Bleu, Coinniauretta, I*in Money, Billie 

Baker. 

7 — Little String, Tiajan, Lady Mexican, Bac. 



NO RACING ALLOWED IN ENGLAND. 



Report that Prohibition Had Been Recalled Proves 
to Have Been an Error. 



Some time back it was reported that the English 
government had rescinded its prohibition of racing. 
Also that the regular Newmarket pn»gnim of meet- 
ings for the year wmild be carried out. Tills re- 
port was untrue. There was no annnlinent of the 
prohibition ami racing in England is dead, although 
carried on in some measure in Ireland. I»n<ion 
8|K>rting lAfe of May ’J9 gives the following en 
Ugliteiiiiig portrayal of the present turf situation 

“Sir H. Meux: ‘Does that mean that if any 

coiiceaaion is granted to Ireland a similar act of 



justice will be granted to England in this matter?* ** 

“Mr. Law: ‘It is the intention to act in the same 
way ill all parts of the United Kingdom.' ” 

“The alK>ve qiieKtion and answer, which were re- 
cordetl during tlie proceeding in the house of com- 
mons on May 11, have furnished the text for 
many an nrticle and many a private discussion 
since Wednesday last, when the prime minister de- 
clined to grant the wishes of the Jwkey (’liib 
deputation in the direction of a resumption of 
racing. Mr. Bunar Law. who tendered the reply 
set out at the head of tliese n«»tes, must by this 
time have b<‘eoine terrild.v siek of the wa.v in w’hich 
Ills cabinet iidleagiies have let iiim ilown and 
c.’iused liim to Im* plaeed in tb;it most niifortiinatt* 
of all ixisitions. the s|Mins<«r of a pledge destined 
to be broken almost immediately. I.«st they should 
Im> forgotten, let me reeall the farts. It was, :is 
already stated, on Ma.v 11 th.it Mr. Bonar Law told 
Sir IbMlw'ortii Meiix that it was the intention of 
the government to apply e«|ii:il tre:itment to both 
England and Ir.dand in the matter of raring. l*re- 
vioiisly to that, it will be n*membored. the Eng- 
lish se.'ison had eome to an abrr.pt I'lid with the eoii- 
eliision of the First Spring Meeting at lie.adquarters 
on the 4th, but Irel.aiid li.id a w«M*k’s graee, p**r- 
mittiiig the meetings .at Kilbeggan .ami 3’lie ('ur 
ragli to tak«* jdae»* as arranged, and tliis |H>riod of 
graee was eveiitii.ally extended to tin* following 
w»‘<*k, wIm‘Ii the Dundalk and Plns'iiix Park nnet- 
iiigs were lairrietl through with the government’s 
consent. 

Irish Meetings Permitted. 

“Smi.e attcmi»t at cmisistemy was introduced by 
the eaneell.'itioii of the ( harlevilh* and Piltown 
meetings last week not withst.aiidiiig whi<h tin* 
Limeriek Jnnetioii gatlo'riiig on Friday and S.atur- 
day was officially sanctioned. In tin* meantime, 
however, the Joek<*.v Uliib d«‘piitatioTi had wait«*d 
upon the ])rime minister at lN»wniiig street, and 
a debate instituted by Lord D’Aberiioii had taken 
jdiM-e ill the up|>er ehamber. and on e:ieh of these 
««a-.asioiis the government intimated virtii.all.v nii- 
eompromisiiig objei-lion to the eontinu.it ion of rai ing 
ill this loiiiiti.v. Whether it w;is by aeeideiit or 
by design. 1 .‘sm. of course, unabb* to sa.v, but the 
fart remains that an hour or two after li«»rd Uur- 
z<iii ha<l tohi Lord D’Abernoii. Lord Diirh.-im, Lent 
Ch.-ipliii. I..ord (’rewe, and otio r supporters of raeing 
ill the House of ly«)rds that the m.atter must rem.aiii 
in alMyaiico until Juno 20 — the date fixed for 
the prime minister’s further meeting willi the 
.biekey Uliib deputation -the news was issued that 
government sanefion had Iwen given for the holding 
of the Baldoyh^ Whitsuntide meeting yesterday and 
foilay. Was the gr.’inting of sueh ]M‘rmission ]>ur- 
poseiy held back from pnblie.itioii until after 
(lie c<inebisioii of the Hons** of I.ords deb:itt* on 
3’hursda.vV Only the |M»wers that 1 m? know', but 
one thing is ceit.'iiii. tliat if it had been .‘iiinuiineed 
«*arli« r in tlie da.v I.<»rd ('urzmi would b.ive fuiiml 
it extremely awkward to ex)d;iiii a wa.v the gl.iriiig 
disirep.mey between the tre.-iiimiit accorded Ellg- 
laml and Irel.aml thereby diselosed. 

Fi’.rtlier Discussion Set for June 20. 

“Vesterd.i.v w»* were iiifonind that the 3'ip]>erary 
meeting, fixed for Thiirs^la.v. will 1 m* alho'.'ed to 
stand, and Ih.it the important ('nrr;igh gatiiering on 
2(>th. 27lh. and 2S(h of .Inin* has also reeeiv«*d 

olVii-ial s.'iin'iion. It li:is been stated over :ind ov»*r 
ag.iiii in this eolnmn that ev»‘ii if there is to be 
tidal prohibition of r.ieing in this eonntry liritish 
sportsmen (*ntert;iin no dog-in-the-manger feeling 
tow.'irds their Irish eontem|M»raries, to whom lh»*.v 
silieeely wish b* Iter lin k tll.ill ll.lS )M*falleM them- 
selves. 3'hey :ire entitled. Jiowever, to an explana- 
tion of the dilVereiili.il treatment to wliieh they 
.are bi-ing subjeeted, and it is to be Inqu-d th:it as 
soon as Hie Hoiis<> of ('ominous re.Mssembtes tin* 
matter will be t.-ikeii up vigorously, md only b.v those 
members who are directly interested in the main- 
teiianee of tin* horsc-brii'ding indnsir.v, but those 
who, at :ill times, ;ire on tlio alort for signs of 
tin* assumption of altogellnr nnw:irrant:ible arbi- 
Iniry bolmvior on tin* part of tin* govornment. 
Wli.it is t*» liajipea to the Hiirt«s*n meetings 
originall.v arr.aiiged to take place b**tween 3'ipiM*r;ir.v 
on 3'hursday and 3'he ('nrragh a month heme I 
do not pretend to foresee, but even supposing tli.it 
all Hn*S4* .are destined to go by tin* Iniard then* 
still remains the faet of olTieial ;ii»prov.al being 
conferred upon 3'ln* Ciirragli a month in advaine. 
wliile Eiiglisli sportsmen ,ar«* required to wait until 
Jinn* 2(» iM'fore they .are even p(*rmitted to know 
whether simil.ar st* qis will be taken with reg.ard 
to N«*wmarket. Everyone nndersl.ainis quite well 
why siM'eial privileges are bestowed iqion Ireland, 
but everyone is eqiiall.v «a»ns<‘ious i*f gross injiistiee 
lM‘ing inflictetl upon thosi* eiig.-iged in an iiii|M>rtant 
ii.ational iialustr.v in tills couiitr.v.” 

OXNARD YEARLINGS BRING GOOD PRICES. 



Twenty- seven Young Thoroughbreds Sold at Auction 
Realize an Average of $840. 



New Volk, .lune 13. An imported bay colt by 
('.atmint .\rlette. d.aiigiiter of Robert Ee Diabb*. 
brought the top pri«-e .at tin* sale of tin* Henry 3'. 
Oxnard crop of I'.bie Ridge thoronghbiaal yearlings 
s<dd at Darl.and’s Riding Ac.ailemy Monday night. 
This youngster was imported wtih his dam b.v Mr, 
Oxnard l.jst year. ('. H. 'I'liiend, a in*wc»>mer to 
racing, was tin* pnrcli.ascr of tin* star of the sale, 
and also bought others of the band or tw»*nt.v-seven 
wlii<h went under the hamm«*r. Andrew Alill.r. 
steward of tin* .!<»ekey ('Inb, paid tin* seeond highest 
]iri<a* of tin* s.ale when la* iMMigbt a chest nut filly 
iiy King James G.atien Iblle. 3'lie next highest 
price w.as paid for a filly by Siiperm.au— Lux t'asta, 
by Mr. 3'liienit. 

3'he s;ile of twenty-seven yearlings, thirteen of 
them b(‘ing ecdls and foiirtt*eii fillies, brought a 
tot.il of $22,(J.50. or an average of $s4ti, 3'his w.as 
considered a good sale, ami bia*eders from Kentucky 
and elsewhere expressed themselves .as satisfied 
with the outlook fi»r future sah’s of y<*.arlings. Hal 
Uriia* Headley of Lexington w.as on liand to atteinl 
tin* sale .and. awaiting results, expiess»*d himself 
as highl.v gr.alified. 

3'he sale was attended by all the leading owners 
.and breed**rs. H. K. Knapp was oin* of the most 
lilM*ral Imyers. 3'ln* list ot those sold .and the prices 
realized. folh*w: 

Bay colt by ('.atmint — Arh tte: U. II. 3'Iicriot, .$3,100 
('hestinit fill.v by King James —Gaticn B»*llc; 

Andrew Milb r 2,(’»00 

Bay fill.v by .Siipei iii.iii Lux Casta; ('. H. 

Theriot 2.(M)0 

B.a.v Colt by King James Listless; 1{. 3’. 

Wilson. Jr 1,S(M» 

R.iy filly by Sir Wilfred R.ohcmia; John E. 

Maddc!! l.KKI 

Ibi.v Colt b.v King James — Rriiicess N«*ttie; 

Oneck St.ible 1,(KI0 

(hcstiiiit filly by King James l.ot.i wanna; 

Oneck St.ible 1,0(M) 

(’hestnut Colt b.v Vnlr.iin Sea Spray; S.amm*! 

Ross 

Brown colt l»y Adam Bcd»* — Autumn; II«*nry 

Wattersoii 

('Ii<‘stmit fill.v by Sir Wilfred —Santa ('atalina; 

Oneek St.ible 

It.a.v <*oIt by King Jaim's— .Vdelinette; I'hil 

3'. ('liiiiii 

Chestnut <*olt by Superman — Lacoiia; MIeha**! 

Daly 

Ba.v eolt by King James — Golden Grain; II. 

Wattersoii 

Chestnut fill.v by Siiperman-tjiieeii ; Oneek 

.Stable 

Brown <a»lt by King James — Virgil; Oneek 

St.ibb* 

ClM'stniit eolt by Sir Wilfn*<l— Sandy Bar; An- 

tlrew Miller 

Ba.v eolt by King J.imes — Riipieola; Om*»k 

Stable 

B;iy fill.v by King Jam»*s — Fiiturita; Ricli.ard 

Mnlhern 

CiM*stiiut filly b.v Superman — IMiimeria; J. L. 

.Miirphj' 

Chestmit filly by Superman— I’riiiecss Or- 

momb*; M. Smart 

(3iestiiut filly by Siiiiermau— Olcvia ; 11. Wat- 
tersoii 

Bav fillj’ by Superman — BelplioclM*; II. 

Theriot 3.50 

B.a.v filly b.v Su|M*rmaii- l.aidy Api»leby; J. 

L. Murphy, IMiiladelidiia 

(3n*stiiut fill.v by Superman— Coppelia ; J. L. 

Murphy 

(Micstiiut filly by King James — Masthead; J. 

L. Murphy 

Bay colt by Sir Wilfred — Bctth* Bramble; J. 

li. Murphy 

Bay cult by King James — Frank’s Daughter; 

J*. L, Murphy 







Today*! 


Ind. 


Hoirse. Wt. Rec. 


A.Wt.Han. 


33513 


Happy Go Lueky 






(M) 


106. .700 




Motor ('op, b. c, by 






Uiieh* — Xareo . . . 


106 




Dr. Muck, cli. c, by 






Star Shoot — Lady 






Schorr 


106 




Alaric II,, b. c, by 






Verw’(M)d — 1‘orte 






Maillot 


106 




rurrc*ncy. b. c, by 






S.iiii Gobi 


KHJ 


t 


Tlic* Wife. ch. f, bv 






Dellii — Home 






Hub* 


103 


t 


Arrow wood, U. f. 






by J a v e liii — 






Sc-rubwoc^l 


103 


1 tWic'klirii* Stable* entry. 






.Madden entr.v. 




j Drastic has hc*c*n racing promisingly. 






Second Race — About 2 Miles. 






Slc*c*pU*chase. 






4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 1 


1 (irafk rcMccnl: Sept. 1(), 1914 — 4:09 


1.5.3.) 


3.31 4 2‘ 


Shannon Rivc*r .... 


9 147 X 7(H) 


(3:i.561 ) 


Sarsenet 


5 14(;X(;t)5 


;k35);i ^ 


Ahdcm 


7 i:i9X(;5)o 


;);t4773 


Man*liena (]M) ... 


4 i:45X<590 


33514^ 


'I'la* (’arm(*t (.M) .. 


4 1.32X«;n5 


335 c, 1 » 


Wolfc*rtc»n II. (.M). 


4 13SX(;85 


;435U3 


Sparks (M) 


S 1 : 10 . (5S0 


33 177 


Yoih*liiig (.M) .... 


(•» i:)2X680 


33(;;)j) 


Lc»c*h Earn 


7 1 ;{().. 680 


1 Shannon River is clue to win. 




1 Third Race — 3-4 Mile. Main Course. 1 


1 .3-3’e.ar-olds and iipwai'd. Filli(*s and man 


•s. Selling. 


1 ('Jrac*k record; June 3, 15)15 — 1:11% — 


7 125.) 


(.T?K)9) 


Favour 105 1:13% 


4 118X725 


).3!*7SC,»* 


\\.*iinl:i Pifzor ...km; 1:13 


7 107X720 


3.351 8» 


(Ju(‘c*n of the Sea.. 1(H) 1:14‘% 


3 105X715 


;ki08S‘ 


Clt;iriii<‘iisc? 107 1:11% 


(5 110X715 


327H^* 


Daybrc'.ik (M) ...1(14 l:15‘-5^, 


3 5)2X710 


3320:i 


U;)<‘oiitc‘iisi* KM) 1:1(5% 


4 110. .710 


33409 


Miss Knitc*r KH*. 1:12% 


); 110X710 


33013 


Mother Maclirc*c* ...110 1:14% 


3 5)7X705 


3:i564 


G«*nc*sis Ill 1:1.5 


3 99.. 705 


33 t7C. 


I .acly Ed win:i 115 1:1 5% 


5 11 4.. 705 


:i;i2(fp 


Pcdlyanmi (M) ...KHl:l8sv 


3 101X705 


:i:5.55).5 


Cachet (M> 102'.1 :li;'% 


3 103..7(H) 


:t:H07 


Margant L. (M)...l0l 1:18 


3 107.. 700 


Favoui 


is sp«‘c*cly ami in gc*od form. 




1 Fourth Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs. Straight. I 


Kc 


•lie* .Me luorial Siakc*s. Value $5,b00. 1 




2 yc*ar tdds, AlhfW’aiic e*^. 




(Tr;iek 


rc'cord: .Inly 17, 15)15 1;03%- 


-2 106.) 


(.33.5:18 


'rraeks(*ml 


115. .7.50 


C132tJ2) 


I lie nllitc* 


127. .745 


:t:i:i(;(;2 


Roy.'il Ensign ... 


1 12 X 7:55 


Ci:i.513) 


Ruglioiisc? 


115. .7:50 


Gi.lCdO) 


War Machine- 


115. . 7:10 


: 1 : 1 . 5 : 1 s- 


Sun I'.iiar (.M) 


112. .t::o 




.hiscpi’ an Bcmt, br. 






e, by -Ro- 






qiietic* 


112 


tA. 


K. .Mac-oinbc-r c'lilrv. 




1 Tra<*kseiicl is said to Im* a real star. 






Fifth Eace~l Mile. 






3-year-olds :iud upward. Si'lling. I 


(Tr.*(k 


rec-ord: Sc-pt. 7 , 1914 1:.36‘,- 


3-117.) 


3:;c2ts 


J. .!. Eillis Km; 1 :3s ‘ , 


(’. 113X725 


:i:i5is’» 


Gii.-t-n (*f the* S.-a..Ki5 1 :l'2s 


3 5)15X720 


(:i;5518) 


Ed ib.chc* Ill 1:41 


3 los \ 720 


:i:;i9o''* 


W(»odc II Shoes ...,112 1 :;;!)>-, 


(5 113. .715 


:i;u;h^ 


SIraiglit Forw.-ird ..101 l;41'‘-.s 


3 10(5 -.71.5 


(:i:i.5(;2) 


Spc*.ir L;iiic*e 105)M:40-'-, 


3 lol X7K) 


:i:k;h - 


Blue* 3'bisHc* lie, l;:tS *5 


8 118X710 


:}.'ii 55* 


Diinga Dill 


3 5)3.. 705 


:;2495^ 


Liby.in S.inds 105 1:40^3 


4 111X705 


J. J. 


Lillis s(*ems dc*c-idi*dly lM*st. 






Sixth Race — 1 1-lC Miles. 




3 


-year-edds ami ni»ward. Handieap. I 


(Track 


n*c-ord: July 8, 1913—1:41%- 


-5-1 *20.) 


.3.35(*c3 


SPUR 118 1:43% 


4 12(5X750 


:i;i5k;» 


(’fl.-mdri.-i 112 1:4)5% 


4 108X740 


:i;i4io- 


Wliimsy lo:U1:4S 


4 110X7:55 


(:i:i4is) 


(Garbage lot) 1:47 


5 io:5..7;io 


:i:i5(;:i 


Cliieb-t 120 1 :4(5'% 


5 11. 5.. 7:50 


spur i 


liigh el.-iss and dm* to win. 





900 

900 



8(H) 

7.50 



7(H) 

COO 



350 



3(H) 

.300 

300 

300 

200 



BELMONT PARK ENTRIES. 



Probabilities: We.ather cloudy; tr.-n-k goo<l. 

Racing starts at 2:.30 p. ni. (Cbicagu time, 1:.30.) 
XRiins well In mud. ©Sui>erior mud nuuier. 
(M) muideii.s. *Apprcntice allow’ance. 

First Race— 4 1-2 Furlongs Straight. 
2-vear-olds. AUowama*s. 

(Track ncord: May 19, 1908—51—2—112.) 

Tmlay’s 



Ind. 


Horse. 


Wt. 


Rec. 


A.Wt.Han. 


33(UM)2 


Drastie (M) 






KML .725 


C43478) 


Enfilade 


..Ill 


;52 


111. .720 


(3:t:t29) 


Frostilla 


.113 


:54sy 


111X715 


3 : 15:18 


SyeaiiKMir (M) .. 


..112 


i-vt'-Jf. 


KM5..715 


:w)?(M)t 


Post Mark 


..114 


:54>/-. 


107. .710 


:m(i9* 


I'app (M) 


..111 


:54%s 


KM5X710 


33538t 


Drill Master (M). 


.107 


:55% 


106. .705 


33513 


Chief LaUy (M).. 


. 




106.. 705 



BLUE BONNETS ENTRIES. 



Probabilities: Weather clear; track lieavv. 

Racing starts at 2:00 p. ni. (Chicago time, 1:00.) 
XRuns well in mud. ©Sii|H*rior mud runner. 
(M) maidens. ‘Apprentice allowance. 

First Race— 5-8 Mile. 

3-year-olds. Selling. 



(Track record: June 


13, 1908-^59%- 


-2—108.) 


Ind. 


Horse. 


Wt. Rec. 


Tmiay's 

A.Wt.Han. 


(.3.3.574) 


Lad.v Eili*en . 




111X725 


Ct.36l7) 


Togolaml .... 


102 l:05%h 


1(H)x720 


.335:19 


Sam Pic kett . 


Km; 1:04% 


105.. 71 5 


:)35192 


.Maraudc*r (M) 


114 l:))5-%h 


105). .715 


:t:i574 


Howard Blaml 


(M).104 1 :()4%s 


101 X705 


:i:{574 


Ideal (M) ... 




107. .700 


Lady 


Eilc*c*n seems e 


learly b«*st. 





Second Race — 1 Mile. 

3-year-ohls ;iud upw.ard. Handicap. 
Foaled ill C.iiiada. 

(Track record: June 7, 191 1— 1 :.374f.— .3 — 107.) 



(3.3510) 
33.540- 
(.^327C) 
33»r,5 
33.5 to 
33540 
3.317 



('orii Broom 
Copper King 
Red Post . . , 
Last Spark 
Aiii]diioii .... 
IsalHlle II. . 
Silk Bird 



Dh; l:39^/f, 

103 1:40% 

/..’.‘.IOC 1:39% 
108 1:421^1 



C 110X725 

4 118X720 

5 1()CX71() 
.5 112X715 
(5 110X710 

3 92X705 

4 11()X7(H) 



- 97 1:44 1 11 

Cora BriM.ni seems due for another victory. 
Third Race— 7-8 Mile. 

3-.vear-ohls :iml upward. Selling. 

(Track reiord: Sept. 17, IDIO— 1 :24‘%— 0—111 .) 

.3.3.540 Raveneourt 1(H) 1:.30% 

Uxmer 107 l:;)2>:-h 

Hid Pop 100 1;.3()% 

liinly Spejulthrift ..104 1 : 30 % 



:«575= 

•3;’..540 

:t,322C 

33435 

.33575 

:n.575* 

3;{r.5i 

33140 



,5 113X725 
7 113X720 
4 111X715 
.5 111X710 



Kathleen II lo7 l:32%li 4 110X710 



3X705 

3 J)5..7))5 
5 lot) X 7(H) 

4 10CX700 



335; 

3:1.503 

3.3512 

3:1522 



(Jartley loo 1 ::b;%h 

Hornet (M) 99 l;:i8%h 

Cerf Vol.-Hit IIM*. l::H%h 

Alecto (M) ,S« 1:29% 

Nothing oiitst.-imiing here. 

Fourth Race — About 2 Miles. 

Steve Lane Ste«>p|eehase. 

4-ycar-olds and iipw:ird. .84*lllng. 

(Track record: S* pt. 12, 1908 — 3:.54 % — 5 - 145. ) 
.3.3(’..542 Chas. F. (Jrainger. 10 144x7(Hl 

Sbimberer t.M) ... i;(sx«*.9." 

Idle Miehael 0 144X*;9( 

7 I4r,..»;s.^ 

Reddest (.M) .5 i:cix(;8.; 

'1 he going will favor ('has. F. Grainger. 

Fifth Race — 1 Mile. 

Jacques Cartier Stakes. $1,500 added. 
3-year-oIds and upward. Selling. 

(Track record :• June 7, 191 1— 1 :37% :i - 107 ) 

3:i54U^ CHRISTIE 107 1:11 

3:H30-* .Sjirids of IMeasim*. !)(*» 1:40'% 

(:{:hi22)* Reprobate HS 1 -4;c.:l* 

;ct'j:{0* V»*m tia los 1:40 * 

33.5(M- J.-nk Reeves lOJ) 1:41 

:(3i:u;-'< Amiwre II 104 1:42-V, 

('hristie se**ms best at the weights. 

Sixth Race — 1 Mile. 

3-year-(dils ami upward. Claiming. 

(Track recnl: June 7. 191 1 — 1 :;;7 .3 -107.) 



5 1 05X7.50 

4 111X740 

3 94X740 

5 97 X 735 

4 102X725 
4 104X720 



.3.'{(;21 
;t:i58o 
3.3.505^ 

3:’.5ii^ 

:t.*{.5so’ M.-txiiii 
29245 
:t;:.5(M) 

.3:h:'.s 
.3.3.-MMI-1 



Ilazelimt KHUl :42% 

I );i rt w ort h 1 1.3 1 :42% 

G004|W04m 1 107 1;.l0*- 

Margery lol 1:l7%li 



( h4»i4-4' 



. . 107 1:39!^ 
1 to 1 :40% 



3 lol X 72: 
9 110X721 
5 112X71." 

4 10.3 71 : 

(5 112X71.- 
r. 107 



R.a If 1 - 4.11 , 

'I'lie Biisyl)04ly 115 1 :.50»/-,sy 9 110 <71 

('lara Morgan lol 1:10% 4 I0.3XT« 

La4ly 1 . 0 I 14 | 4 »|| 7 I4ISV7I 

(:i.3395) 3'liom.is ('alia way. . 1 14 1:44% (» I07x7( 

3.3131- Phil T 105 l:4.5s‘ 5 112X7( 

Haztlnnt is ra.iiig W4*ll ami in liglit. 

Seventh Race— 1 1-8 Miles. 

3-y4*ar-4d(!s ami iipwanl. Cl.iiming. 

(Trac k rec-ord: July 8,1913 1:44% — 5 — 1‘*0 ) 

.^3.54.5■ Oboliis lOS l-.54'-i^ 

;:.'i(;22- Fairy L4*g.*nd 

.3;U.15'* Stc.li ii Ante* 112 1;.59'% 

3;{(*».57 ^loiioe.oy 117 1;.V4% 

3.30..57 Prim Harry Ill 1 :.59% 

3;{2T9"* ,S;im Sliek 114.'1:.5(;% 

Oboliis :ipiM*ars lM*st here*. 



5 110X72 

4 1 ih;x 72 

5 111X71 
7 107X71 

4 102X70 

5 !)3 >; 70 



DEVONSHIRE PARK FORM CHART. 



WINDSOR. ONT., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1917. 
so4 iali.. n. S4.‘4-o!i(| Me 4-ting of 7 days. Weathc 



►»‘V.n'shire Park. Fourth da.v. W4*st4‘rn Racing As- 
Weathcr clear first six races; last race wet. 



'iViPw** "i*'!' o' •^othansoii ami W. J. Morrison. I’residiii.g Judge*, Sheridan ('lark. 

* Db** . Iv:i4-ing 8.*4 rc-t.ir.v, M.irtiii .N.ithaiiscui. 



Starter, Edward 



Rm 4 iiig starts at 2::)0 p. m. (('hieago time 1 :.3o p. m. ). ♦Indicates appre ntice all.Vwaiicc*. 



^’^IST R.\CE 4 1-2 Furlongr.. (.hiiie 9, 1917— 55C. 2— 111.) Pur.se .$7t hi. 2-year 

^ ^ ^ ^ ^ «»hls. Cl aiming . .\c-t val m* to winner $.5tH): seeond. $12.5; third. $75. 

Indc?x Horses AWt P PSt % % % Str Fin” .Tockeys 'Owmers 

'i UA A 



334HO ‘ A UIH( 'A .V ARROW 
3:^581 -SIXCKRITV 
( 33469 ) WA LTHR DANT 
:i35HI S'l'Alt HARY 
LANTERN 

:435i6 i.rrrLE menard 

33139 VINTAGE 

CLARICE RUTH 



('lav. r G H P.rowne 
R Holton E 'r Zollicoffer 
G Mcjlc^s’th.l It Goodman 
A J<»hnsoii A R Walke r 
\V' McIn’rc'Novuda Sloe k Farm 
N Burger J L Brannon 
G Scherre-ri’olanel Stable 
T ll.-nry (! R Milh-r 



E quiv. Odds S ^r’ t 

n;n iTm 



w ii:{ »; 1 

w iiH) :: 2 I'i 1.'” L" 

v>' 105 1 7 t;-*~ .5«i :>■» 

WH lo:; s r. 41 

wit Um; ,5 .3 4A 4A .5’, 

w 10.5 2 1 .5''.’. IF (P 

XV 7 .5 7*77 

w 10:U 4 lj4*ft .at the po.st .. .. ...... 

. Time. 23%, 49 Vs, 55 (new track rec4»nl). Track fast. 

inntm*ls paid, Afri<*aii Airow, .$5.20 straight, $3.10 place, $2.40 show; Sim*eritv, $3.70 place. $2.70 
show'; \\ alter D.-mt, $2.70 show'. ’ 



::Ck5-1(mi 
220- bMI 
♦;t I'.- 1(111 
0 . -. 1 . 5 - 100 
. 5525 - 1 1 Kl 
49.SO-I1M) 
711 H) loo 




Ovcruc-ights - Cl.iricc* Ruth. .'Dj. pounds. 



33645 



SECOND R.\('E -3-4 Mile. (Oc t. 31, 19D; -1 :12— 2 90. ) Purse* $(MH). 3-year-olds 

and iipw.'ird. Maidc'iis. Allow':iiiec*s. N<*t valm? tc» winii'*r $450; ste-emd $1(H)- 
third. $.50. 



Index 


Horsc*s 




A Wt PI 


St Vi 


% % Str Fin 


J<M*lveys 


()wm*rs 


:g505:i 


JLMDER 


w 


:? K»7 s 


J 


(5> O'.'. ()• ‘ I ' 


R .M.*I)’,d 


( ! 


Straus , 


32630 


KINGId.N(5 IT. 


w); 


4 114 I 


4 


4.*. .'5' 1* 2‘. 


E Haynes 


H 


G Bed We l l 


; 3 .5 26 ’ 


COUN'I'Y (’OURT 


w» 


:i 10.5 


(5 


|« •Ml .»l *»l 


3' Hc*nrv 


.1 


M Henry 


:;2»4o 


JA.NUARY 


w 


:? 108 n 


L* 


:p a\ 111 1'. 


(' Gross 


H 


Bovb* 


:^354 7 


GAY LIFE 


w 


loo 2 


:i 


• 2 - III f.*?. 


1' .Knkius 


1) 




32886 


M(K>NL1G1IT II. 


w 


(5 III 4 


10 


IP lO'.t Nil (5.'. 


A ('lavc*r 


( : 


H Browne 


3231*2 


DORE 


w^ 


:i 105 5. 


7 


511 (p 7‘.'. 


G Mcd**s'tbE 


M Hall 


32915 


E l 'I'A'S (MLXR.M 


W' 


('. HI 10 


12 


12 12 7A SI. 


I*; Smitli 


D 


B Frec'iiian 


32H78 


Dlt. EJ.MBREE 


w a 


10 s (i 


9 


SA S' 9A 50 


W .Meln’r. 


R 


B AIbn 


33547 


MAGK’ .MHHUm 


W' 


b).; 12 


5 


9* 9- KOAIo- 


-A. .f'dinsoiiW 


G- Hou.se 


:*.292 1 


USEFUI^ 


W B 


:i 105 :5 


8 


M'.’ll' 12 *11 'A 


G Sc'bei rc-r.M 


(' Moor * 


32900 


KEY MAR 


w« 


5 111 7 


H 


7' 7A H- 12 


’»V Hoair 


w 


■C Weant 


tMutui?! fic?ld. 




Time 


, 24% 


, 49, 1:14. Track fast. 







Kemiv. Odds S tr’t 
4.'iO 1(H) 
(■»!X» b»o 

t2:.v 1(0 
1125 Id'i 
t 

2249 l(Nl 

G 2 »;o loo 

t 

715i> l(Hi 

.‘t'MI ICNI 
4li2. lck( 

.S3o loo 



$2 mutuels paid Raidir. $11.00 straigut, $(;.'c0 place*, $3.9() show; Kiiigliiig II., $(’.90 place. .$4.70 
show : (’oiinty ('onrt. $3.10 show. 

Equivalent iMM.kiiig odds — Raider. 4.50 to lOO straight. 235 to 1(H) pl.ice, 95 to 1(H) show'; Kiiigliiig 11., 
215 to 1(H) idaee, i:)5 to lot) show ; ('ounty Court. 55 to lOO siiow. 




Si ra tehed —32878 Magikon, 114; (^harming Billy, 105; 32921 Kestrel, 103. 
()verwc*iglits -January. 3 i>ounds; (L-iy Life. 4. 



33646 



THIRD RA('E- 3-4 Mile. (Oc t. 31, 1916 -1:12—2-90.) Pur.se $(MH). 3-.vc*ar-oIcls and 



(5(H) 


Index Hors<*s 




AWtPPSt 14 % 


% 


Str Fin 


Joekeys Owners 


Equiv. Odds Str’t 


500 


:;3582 ^ ♦ B( N 'rY Jl)l IN.SON 


w 




bJ8 


5) 


5 


j5'.'. 






J* 


R 


Bedton .V 


i' McCafferty 


I8T. 100 




3:i58:i GARL 


W II 


(5 


11(5 


2 


S 


S'A 


OA 


('.' 


lii 


1*7 


Huyne.s W’ 


W’aterman 


ip;. 100 


.500 


:>292 4 P( )NTEFRACT 


W’B 


8 11:5 


7 


H 


71 


4.'. 


:;ii 




,1 


L)'mini»*k J 




s:t. 100 




.33548 MII/roN ROBLEE 


W' 


(5 


11 :; 


10 


12 


12 




7* 


4' 




Gaugel J 


Stepheii.son 


SM.5 KH) 


5(H) 


3 2 94 0 * ( A it 1 . HO B I*'. R'PS 


WB 


t 


JOS H 


9 


2 * 


Ill 


pi 


r.'A 




JohnscuiS 


Pedk 


i(‘d.;-ioo 




33395 RUTH iuS'l'flER 


W 


8 


111 


5 


2 


h 


2 * 


4A 


O' 


W' 


Orines (* 


Irby 


tisdo Kh) 


4(X) 


3:i388 2 ROBT. .M ANTELI, 


WB (> 


h:; 


:i 


4 


41 * 


01 




71 * 


(J 


MoIes’thF 


Moore 


t 




(;t294I)AI/l.VMAlIA 


W' 


!» 


11:5 


4 


6 


(iA 


SO 


8.’. 


Silk 


'r 


Henry 1» 


11 Swope 


."INV JOO 


400 


:i>922 INGOT 


W 


4 


11:1 


8 


1 


HA 


12 


IP 


9A 


n 


Bedell (1 


J Broekmiller 


477r.-10() 




33485 2 ELEA N< )R 


W 


1 


111 


1 


,3 


loi 


K)'2 


10' 


]()2 


17 


Smith J 


M H(*<lriek 


t 


4(H) 


:t:i582 ('Ll’MSY KATE 


W’ 


4 


m 


(• 


7 


lA 


5(li 


5)2 


IP 


G 


Scherrerit 


B Allen 


505 loo 




2 2 098 JA.MES OAKLEY 


W 


4 


HJ 


12 


10 


9 '.A 


11' 


12 


12 


H 


AVakofr 11 


Van Ry 


477."i-K»0 



t.Mutuel fie ld. _ 

$2 miitii(*Is paid. Bogy Johnson, $5.70 straight, $4.20 plaee, 
Pontefrac't, $5.10 show’. 



$3.10 show; Garl, $9.90 pl.nce, $6. .50 show; 



Kciuivalent iMM.king mlds— Bogy Johnson, 18.5 to 100 straight, 110 to 1(H) place, 55 to 100 show; Garl, 
:x95 to 1(H) plaee, 225 to 100 show; Pontefract, 1.55 to 1(H> show'. 

Winner Br. g. hy Bonnie Jcm? — L a l)otta (trainc*d hy W. D.ivis; bred b.v Mr. II. Beaty). 

W(*nt to jMist at :i:42. At post 3 minutes. Start good :ind slow. Won liandily; s<*concl and third driv- 
ing. BOGY JOHNSON came through fast at the head of tie* stn*tc*li and drew away after passing CARL 
ItOBKRTS. G.\RL closed a big gap and finished fast. PONTEFRACT ran a gcwHl raee. MILTON 



ROBLEE closed a great gap. (’.\RIj ROBERTS slic»w'i*d s|M*ed. 
Serateh(*d :U’):i51 Cash on Delivery. 113; 3:t022^Clara James. 



gCMHl 

111; 3*2940 B. A. Jones, 11.3. 



33647 



FOt RTH R.VCE— 5 1-2 Furlongs. (Dot. 6, 1916— 1 :06%— 5—112. ) Wyandotte Handl- 
eap, IMii^e $1,000. 3-j’ear-olds and upw’ard. Net value to winner $750; sec-ond, 
$175; third. $75. 



Index Horses 



( .33549 )ETRTT8GAN ym 5 122 4 

(3:tl69)H’KS AND ST’RSwB 5 103 6 



AWtPPSt */4 % % Str Fin Jockeys Owners 



Equiv. Odds Str't 



2‘.i 1- H C. Jackson E G Vivell 2 I 0 -I 0 O 

3i 2.J 2A W Hoag W C Weant 4()4o Km) 

7'i 4-i .“IH B Kop’ni’nXev'ada Stock Farm is:!t5 10 >) 

D 3'5 4A A (3aver W Durnan 5X0-100 

7* ;5‘ N Burger J iM Booker 1.5,S(M(H) 

f».i 6.5 A JohnsonJ I.«owe 4SK5-10)) 

4 4«k r>u 7» T Henry J B Goodman 27.5 100 

5 Sii S» 8* T Nolan F W Forsting 385-100 

? 9 9 U McD’ottJ A Thom.son 47(K)-100 

Time, 23%, 48%, 1:00, 1:06% (equals track record). Track fait. 

$2 mutuels paid, Etruscan, $(i.20 straight, $4.(*iU place, $4.00 show; Bars and Stars, $30.20 place, 
$14.90 show': (Hadiola, $8.10 sh(»w’. 

Eciniviilent lNN>king (mMs — E triiscain, 210 to 100 straight. 130 to 100 place, 100 to 100 show; Bara and 
Stars. 1410 to 100 place, (V15 to KM) sIiow; Gludiola, 305 to 100 show. 

Winner— ('ll. g, by Burgomaster — Fieside (train«*d by A. 11. Vivell; bred by Mr. Harry Payne Whit- 
ney). 



33549 GBADIOI^.V 
3354 7 =SW I FT F( >X 
:<3585 KOHPHAGB 
33326 GUNlxnVDER 
(33585) KINNEY 
33585»AUALID 
LEIXIAP 



w .3 90 1 
w .3 102 2 1 
W’B 6 991 9 6 
WB 3 1(M) 7 .3 
w 4 117 .3 
WB 7 HO 8 
w 3 105 



ing. 



Went to post at 4:20. At post 3 minutes. Start good and slow. Won easily; second and third drlv- 
fiTKUSCAN rac^ SWIFT FOX Into defeat ta early racing and, taking a long lead, won in a 




THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1917. 



DAILY RACING FORM, 



8 



canter. BARS AND STARS Tras always a forward contender, but could never get to the winner. GLAD- 
lOLA ran a good race and lini»hed fast. KINNEY quit. 

Sera tcheil— 33549* Libera tor, 110; 33584 King Tuscan, 103; (33027) Harry L., 112. 

Overweights — Korfliage, pounds. 

33648 FIFTH RACE— 1 Mile. (Nov. 3. 1910— 1 ;30%— 3— 102.) Purse $800. 3-year-olds and 



Index Horses 



Allowances. Net value to winner $000; second, $125; third, $75. 



A WtPPSt % % % Str Fin Jockeys Owners 

w 5 108 S 3 6 6 45 2i 11 R McD’ottJ A Thom.son“ 



Equiv. Odds Str*t 



33107 OKMULU w 5 108 3 3 6 6 45 25 1^ R McD’ottJ A Thom.son 600-100 

33.5502SL1PPEHY ELM w 4 105 1 2 15 3‘ 3’* 3^ 25 A Johnson Nevada Stock Farm 90-100 

33.5.50 CREPUSCITLE WB 3 99 6 6 5‘ 4= 1* 1* 3=^ A Claver O H Browne 890-KK) 

32»03*<;oia>. urs.'^ELL wb 7 115 2 1 25 15 -i 4* 4» \V Orm«*s H W Plant 1135-100 

33190 1*LEASI:R’\TLLE wb 5 110 4 4 4‘ 5A 6 5» E Haynes J Lowe 3.570 100 

33585 = TYKANT wn 3 KjO 5 5 3- 5 2‘ 5> 6 6 tJ ScherrerH G Bedwell 310 100 

Time, 24V;. 49%. 1:14%, 1:40%. Track fast. 

$2 mntneN paid, Ormulu, $11.00 straight, $5.40 place, $3.50 show; SlipiJcry Elm, $3.10 place, $2.C0 
show; Crejiuseule. $3.40 show. 

E.inivjileiit booking iwlds — Ormnln. <WK) to 100 straight, 170 to 100 place, 75 to 100 show; Slipi>ery 
Elm. .5.5 to UMI pl:M*e. 30 to KKi s 1 m>w; Crepus<ule. 70 to HMI siiow. 

Winner — t'li. m. by_ Fair Play -Orient.i (trained by II. Oots: bred by Mr. August Belmont). 

Went to post at 4:51. At post 1 minute. Start goisl and slow. Won h:imlily; second and third driv- 
ing. OUMI l.r was ontnin early, but moved up steadily on the backstrctcli and wore CUEI'CSCPLE 
down ill the liiial eighth. SLIPPERY ELM outgiimed the tiring CREIM’SCI’LE in the final drive. CRE- 
Pi’SCl LK set a fast pace and tins! qiii(*kly when challenged. GORDON RCS.SEIjL and TYRANT quit. 



OOO^Q SIXTH RACE— 1 Mile and 70 Yards. (Oct. 28, 1910— 1:43%^ -109.) Purse $700. 
O O O ^ V 3-year-olds and upward. Claiming. Net value to winner $500; second, $125; 

third. $75. 



Index Horses 



A Wt 1*1* St % % % Str Fin Jockeys Owners 



Equiv. Odds Str*t 

33.587^STAR iOUD w 5 IW 4 7 1' P 1‘ 1- 1" A iMaver P I. Short IW-PK) 

3307H*C.\KO NU.ME wn 6 101 6 2 9 6'5 3'5 :;5 L’" A Alex’dratt Alexandra 524.5-100 

32504 1*ETLAK WB 4 108 1 8 2* 25 25 25 35 K J’.edell A C Niehaus nC,5-100 

33583 l*K. PHILSTH’PE WB 8 101 7 5 55 ,5‘« 6' 5‘ 4’5 H McD’ott H E Hamilton 1365 100 

(33587 )IMI*HESSIUN w 8 111 2 C 3« .3' i 4' 5 45 5» H Wakoff J H White 175-KH) 

33551 -D.\Y DAY wb 5 HI 9 1 4i* 7* 5'» 6- 6‘ T Henry J M Hedrick .560 100 

33587 FLYING FEET w 9 109^ S 4 71 S'.l 7' 7U 7- J D’lnlnickA Clesi 221.5-100 

33582 I’ATSY MA(’K WB 6 109 5 3 6.\ 4*' 8= 8- S» AV' Mi ln’reE J Ramsey 8390-KM) 

33583*CUUNTEUPART wn 7 101 3 9 S* 9 9 9 9 R Bolton A Smith 2705-100 

Time. 24%. 49%, 1:14%, 1:41%, 1:45%. Track fast. 

$2 mutiiels paid. Star Bird. $,5.S0 straight, $3.90 phice, $3.10 show; (’aro Nome, $29.70 place, $15.30 
show: 1‘etlar. $(J.(K) show. 

E«|uiv:il<Mit iHMiking islds — .Star P.ird. 190 to 1(H» straight. 95 to 100 place, .55 to 100 show; Caro Nome, 
13.S5 to loo place. (J(?5 to 100 show; Pctlar. 2(NI to l(Mt show. 

Winner -Cli. in. by Star Ruby -Water P.ird (trained by W. Short; bred by Mr. James B. Haggin). 

Went to p4,st at .5:1S. At iKJst 3 minut«‘s. Start go<Ml am! slow. Won e.-isily; seeoiid and third driv- 
ing. ,ST.\R BIRD went to tin* front on the lirst turn :iml drew away in tin* stretcli to win in a canter. 
(’.■\RO Nti.ME el«»sed a g:ip and linislie«I fast. PET1..\.R followi*d the leader in closest pursuit, but tin*d 
liadly ill tin* tiiial sixteenth. IMI’RESSION quit. 

SiTatelnsI 3.5.5.M; Bank liill. IOC,; (.5:t(i29)8avino, lOS; 3345S Consoler, 104. 

Overweights Flying Feet. 1 'o ixnmds. 



OQ|« SEVENTH RA('E— 1 Mile and 70 Yards. (Oct. 28, 191C.— 1 ;43%— 4— 109.) Purse $7(M>. 

3-ycar-ohls and upward. Claiming. Net value to wiiiiiei 



third. $75. 



er $50(t; secoinl, $125; 



Index Horses 



AWtPPSt % % % Sir Fill Jockeys Owners 



Equiv. Odds Str* t 

56.5-100 
(kSO 100 
2!C>-100 



33587 .STRI.'’LIF1*' w S los 3 1 5> 3i 3‘ 1' 1“ W Hoag AV C Weaiit 

33588 nri>WEISF.Il w 17 lc6 5 5 1' 2- 2’1 25 2' A JohusonG H Abbott 

<33.586)Mri) SILL WB 9 111 4 7 7- 4* 35 3^ E Haynes W A McKinney 

33580 .srHCTINKER WB 5 b»9 7 8 (lA .55 ,5» 51 4=» AV 1 )nnes K I'itt 179,5-lo0 

33587 LADY l.N.NOC’XCRwH (i lOS 1 2 8 7^ 7" 5» (’ Jackson I) A Stevens 945-100 

33587 KING K. wB ., 109 2 3 25 1- I'l 4'5 6‘ AI M’th. w.sAV J Press 17!*0 KJO 

33551 AV I. D’S WONDER WB 7 los 6 6 3‘ 45 6'5 6‘ 7"> H Wakoff H A’an Ity 410 Kh> 

33587 JhXSIE lAil'ISE WB 6 K'9 .S 4 4* 8 S 8 8 .1 I)*minh*UJ M Booker 300 100 

Time, 244^. 4925. 1:17%. 1:43%, 1:51%. Track sloppy. 

.82 inutuels jiaid. Steh-lill. $13..‘{0 straight, $(5,30 plaie, $3,90 show; Bimweiser, $(>.10 place, $3.50 
show ; Mini Sill. $3.00 show. 

Equivalent hooking odds — Steh-lifT, .5(*>.5 to 1(M( straight, 215 to 100 pl.aee, 95 to 1(H) show*; Biidw'ciser, 
20.5 to llMI i»l:ice. 75 to llNl show; A! ml Sill. SO to 1(MI show. 

Winner B. g. hy CliiVonl .Vinstel (trained hy R. L*ster; l>r«*d hy Mr. John Sanford), 

Went to pi>st at ,5;.53. .Vt pt»st 1 iniiinte. Start g«K»d am! slow. Won driving; seeoinl and third the 
s.'Jine. S'CELCLirr. in elose pursuit of the h*aders from tin* start. im.\ed up into tin* lead in the honn*- 

streteh ami just Lasted long • nougli. Bt DWEISER ran :i gomi rare :iml liiiishe«1 gaim*Iy. AIl’D SILL 

was under h:ird i)f«*ssnr«*. hut was not able to get nji. 

ScraLind .TL5.51 High Horse, llu; 33629 liose .Inliette, 99; .3.3.551 (Jal.iway, 1(K>; 335S3 King Mart, 
IPS. 

BLUE BONNETS FORM CHART. 

MONTREAL. QUE., WEDNESDAY, JUNE IS, 1917. — Blue Bonnets. Sixth day. Moiitn*al Jo<*key Club. 
Spring .Meeting of 7 days. Weather clear. * 



.8t«*w:ird to Repn-sont ('anadi:in R.aeing Assooi.at ions, 1‘r.ancis Nelson. 
Stiirter. A. I’,. D;oh*. Racing Secretary. W. Norfliey. 



I’ivshling Judge, Peter (’linch. 



Raring starts at 2:(K» p. m. (Chicago time 1 :(K> p. m.). •Imlic:(t»*s nppicnticc allowanci*. 



. 636.51 



PIR.S’P RACE- 3-4 Mile. (Sept. 4. 191.5-1:12—5-105.) $(MM) Added. 3-year-olds 



Index Horses 




A Wt PI 


St 


* 4 *% 


% Str Fill 


Joekeys Owners Equiv. 


Odds Str’t 


.33091 (’ARDOME 


w 


4 1()S‘ 2 


2 


] I 




luk 


'r Rice 1* Levdeiker 


t430-l«M) 


335**4 BI-LM TY .SPOT 


\v 


:i 101 3 


3 


2* 


2A F 




AV’ ('rump N Maclarlaiie 


595-100 


‘29430*AR.MIXF 


AVB 


4 lOL’ 4 


4 


34 


3* 3A 


3» 


.T Bell H Giiiciings 


t 


3;4:»()() Ro.SE FIXN 


\V 


3 !*'.♦ !♦ 


7 


9* 


4- 4‘ 


4- 


H ManmerJ R She ridan 


4.3SO-100 


33.579 SllRAPXEL 


AV 


4 1()9 7 


9 


IF 


7* 


51 


'P Par’ton 1’ AV Campbell 


lll.a-lOO 


:;:t5;!)*URh;in’ sand 


W 


3 !*;» s 




.|!i 


,5’ r>.\ 




AV' Collins D Ray tnoiul 


645 1«H» 


( 3 3.5 7 9 ) D’ M 1 X 1 ( ) X 1 * A R K w B 


3 lof) 10 


1; 


.53 


7' (P 


V- 


D Stirling C 1: .lohnson 


745- 1(H) 


3:{.50O ZAIJ 


WB 


•i m 1 


1 


c.i HP 


S' 


Cl Loiinis A K.-ith 


::r>o DM) 


335 7 9 - .\K »XTR E A L 


W 


6 107 13 


s 


10' 


11' Si 


9* 


R lOsteji S .Aliodow 


655- bK) 


33395 llA.S’rEXA 


AV 


6 no 0 


10 


13* 


12i 9- 


lo'?. 


J Connors (’armandalo Stock Farm 




33351 A XX IE EDGAR 


AA’ 


3 99 14 


n 


7I1 


10\ ID 


11® 


H .leffiaitt Dublin Stable 


1 


3*»878 BABY RASi'H 


AV 


3 101 5 


13 


14 


14 13-’ 


13 A 


E DonahucC F Braiult 


119C0-KH) 


33579 CERF VOLANT 


AV 


5 105'.12 


14 


11“ 


13' 11“ 


uf* 


J I’itz C A I^ivigno 


t 



33500 MAZ.NIK w 5 111 11 12 85 8" 14 11 L Mink E J McGruw' 900 100 

t.Miifiiel field. Tinn*. 25%, 51, 1:18%. Track heavy. 

.$2 inutuels p.iid. Card«>me lield. .$10.60 straight. $6.(MI a pLne; I’.eanty Spot. $1.(50 .a place. 

Equivalent hooking odds ( ardoine, lield, 439 to 1(M) straight. 2(M) to UM» a place; Beauty Spot, 130 to 
100 a place. 

Winner --(’ll. f, hy .Tack Atkin — Toots Alook (trained hy .1. O. P.urttscln*ll ; hr«*d hy Mr. Barney Schrei- 
her). 

AVeiit to i>ost at 2:12, At post 2 minutes. Start good .and slow. AVon driving: second and third the 
same. ('.ARlMi.ME, away forwanll.v, showed the most speed :ind caim* ag.iin :ifter being headed ami ont- 
sfa.ved P.E.AC'rY SI'O’C. 'I'Im* latter r.aced in close pursuit, hut tired after getting to tin* front. ARAIINE 
tired and just l:ist>*d long enough to outstay ROSE FIN.N. 3’ln* latter closed a gap rcsclutcly. 

ScratcheCi -;5.3579 Miss Gayle, 107; 33.575 (J.irtlcy, 104. 

Overw»*iglits - ( .irdome, 1 pounds; Cerf N'olant, 1%. 



33652 



Im lex Ho rses 

33l»()2 MARY AIACD 



(33539 )SWKE1* Cl* IT. 

( 33.502 ) V I R( ; I 1 A YHIM.. 
33.502 “S35 tRM la d'X D 
33502 - JIM H EFFEltING 
DANDY 



D 1'5 l- 



OND RACE— 5-8 Milo. (.Inne 13, 1908— .59 2—1 OS.) $7(»0 Add<*d. 2-year-olds. 
Allowances. Net value to winner .$.540; sei ond. $P2 5; third, $60. 

AA\’tl*PSt % % % Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv. Odds Str* t 

(5N.5 loo 
220- KH» 
4:X5-KM> 
2:{r.-ioo 

6S;V100 
5270 -IJO 



43 41 



6 



2'* It Estoji K .McEride 

2‘ 22 G Lomas J .S ’Pyrec 

44 31 AV ('rump J 1’ Jones 

.3« 4^ H .Teffcott G M Hcndrie 

515 -,20 'p j»ar’ton R J Au.stin 

6 6 J Hell II B Johnson 



[*p IL, $.3.00 a place; A’irginia 



w 112 5 3 
w 1K» 4 2 
w 119 .3 1 
w 112 6 5 
w IIG 1 4 
W K»6 2 6 

Time. 24%, 50, 1:03%. Track heavy. 

$2 mntncls ]>aid. Alary Maud, $15.70 .straight, $3.90 a place; Sweep 
Y'ldl. .$2.90 a place. 

Eqnivrdi lit iKit.kiiig odds— ATary Aland, 085 to 100 straight, 95 to 100 a place; Sweep Up II., 50 to KM) 
a place; Virgiui.a Y« 11. 1.5 to KM) a ]»lace. 

Winner — B. f, by Irisli Lad — Frizctti? (tniimd liy AA*. Livingston; hn*d in France by Mr. H. B. Diir- 
J'oa). 

AVciit to post at 2:41. At post 1 minute. Start goml and slow’. AV’oii driving; second and third the 
same. MARY MAI D set :i good p.ice, saved ground when entering the homestretch and just lasted long 
eiioiigli to win. SWEEP CP II. rae**d on the inside to the strel»*ii turn, where he came wide and was 
gaining with every stride at the liiiish. A'lRGlNIA A’ELL outstayed S'PORM BOUND. 



QQOPTO 3'IIIRD RAi^I-:- 1 1-8 Miles. (June (*>. 1914 — 1 :.5’2— .3- 109. ) $8(M) Added. 3-year-olds 

O O O O O ami ni>ward. Ilamlicap. Net va liie to w inner .$.590; second. $1.50; third. $75. 

- - - - -- - E<iuiv. Odds 8tr*t 



Ow’iiers 



AAVtPP St % % %StrFin Jockeys 

w’ 4 K»4 2 2 2* H F lu2 Ri G lamias .1 S 3\vrce 



__Imlex Horses 

33.541 KLVG NEP’TUNE' 

33437 .M0.8'*(>WA w n 5 104 1 1 4 :i»« 4 .3u)c 2^ AV' ('rump J O Keene 

33541 OPERA GL.V.SS w 4 lo» 4 4 .3* 2R 3H 2‘i 3^ J Bell S B Thoinp.son 

(33578)GREE.\\V(K>D w 4 10>i 3 3 1»» 4 2»n 4 4 AV Collins G H .Marlman 



4;:.5 loo 
9.V 100 
17«JO-10<) 

Time. 272/5, 64V5, 1:20%, 1:48, 2:01%. Track heavy” L** iw 

$2 mntncls paid. King N«*ptniie. $10.70 straiglit, $3.80 a place; Moscowa, $2.70 a place. 

Equivalent iHiokiiig odds — King Neptune, 435 to 100 straight. 90 to KK) a place; Aloscow’a, 35 to 
place. 

AViiiiier — Br. g. by Sea King — Toots (trained by B. B. Lirrick: bn*d by Air. J. E. Lane). 

AVent to jiost at ;t:12. At post 1 minute. Start giMnl ami slow’. AV’oii driving; second and tliinl the 
same. KING .NEP'PI NE drew aw.iy 011 the far turn, but was tiring at tlie end and had to be h;ird rid- 
ilcii to oiitst.’i.v M()S(’OWA. 'Pin* latter finished fast on tin* inside and was wearing the winner clown at 
the end. Ol’ERA GLASS showcil siM*ed, but tired in the last eighth. (HtEENAV’OOD quit. 



100 a 



FOCRPII R.V(’E— About 2 Miles. (Sept. 12, 1908— 3:.54%— 5— 14.5.) Steeplechase. 

$700 .Added. 4-ycar-olds and iipw’ard. Selling. Net value to winner $530; sec- 
Olid, $125; third, $00. 



Index Horses 



AAV'tPPSt .5 S 11 14 Fin Jo<*keys Owners 



Equiv. Odds SJ^r’t 
100-1(K) 
770-1(8) 
225-100 
410-100 



33542 .^TUCC’O w 6 1.52 4 3 U 1* 1“ J Clark AV Stockton 

335772c. F. (iHAINGER WH 10 140 1 1 4 3»k 2> 2= AV Daly J F Hyne.s 

(33522 KTHEVRON w 5 143 2 4 .3'« 2* 2* 3»» 3-o J Smith H G Bedwell 

33542 CYNOSURE w 8 142 3 2 K*k 4 4 4 4 M Yourcll G P Sherman 

Time, 4:27%. Track heavy. 

$2 mutiicls paid. Stucco, $4.00 straight, $3.20 a place; (’has. F. Grainger, $4.20 a place. 

ICqnivalciit booking odds — Stucco, 100 to 100 straight, 60 to KM) a place; (’has. F. Grainger, 110 to KM) 
a pla<*e. 

AVinm*r — Br. g, by Filigrant* — Aly Eleanor (tniiucd by J. W. Ilcalt*y; bred by AIt*R8rs. riiinu & 
Forsythe). 

AVent to post at 3:33. At post 2 minutes. Start good and slow’. AA'on easll.v; second and third 
driving. STUCi’O was saved until in the last Imlf mile, tlieii drew' away and W’oii in a canter. (’HAS. 
F. (iltAlNGER easily passed CHEVRON in the final eighth. Tlie latter quit after going a mile and a half. 



QQ^RT FIFTH R.VCE— 1 Mile. (June 7, 1911— 1 :.37%— .3— 107.) $600 Added. 3-year-olds and 

npwani. Claiming. Net value to winner $470; second, $KM); tliird, $50. 



I udex Horses 



AAVtPPSt % % %StrFin Jockeys Owners 



Eqniv. Odds Str*t 



S3575 PEPPER .SAUCE w 5 109 4 5 .5 1'* 1' 1== 1‘ AV Crump C A Crew 200 100 

33520* ‘HAMPTON DAME w 5 102 5 2 V 2J 2“ 2« 2'* E DonahueAV Krausmann 120-100 

33.520 LA.ST SPARK w 5 112 1 1 IJ 3* .3* 3» .3* T Rice H A Cotton :T90 100 

S8540*SACAL WB 6 101 3 4 2h 4* 4» 4'® 4« AV Collins (T Robillard 1120 100 

33575 OTERO w .5 104 2 3 4>« 5 ,5 5 5 G I.omas B Hanley 2470-100 

Time, 25%, 62, 1:18%, 1:47%. Track heavy. 

$2 mutuels paid. Pepper Sauei*, $(!.0U straight, $2.70 a place; Hampton Dame, $2.70 a place. 

Equivalent Imokiiig mlds — I’epiier Sauce, 2(M) to 100 straight, 35 to 100 a place; Hamptou Dame, 35 
tc KM) a place. 

Winner — B. li, by Inferno — New Dance (trained by F. Crew: bred by Air, J. E. Seagram). 

Went to iMist at 4:07. At i*ost 1 miiinti*. Start good and alow’. Won handily; second and third 
driving. PEPPER SAUCE t<M»k tin* leatl w’itli a rush after going a half mile and drew away, but had 
to be ridden out to outstay HAMl**l’ON DAME. The latter w’as lK*st and would have xvon with riders 
reversed. LAST SPARK tired aft«*r showing a burst of early siM*c*d. 



33656 



Index Horses 



SIXTH RACE— 3-4 MUe. (Sept. 4, 1913—1:12—5—105.) $700 Addeil. 3-year-olds 

and upward . Handicap. Net value to winner $.53.5; second, $125; third, $60. 

AWtPPSt % % %8trFln Jockeys Owners Equiv. Odds 8tr*t 



£3541 TRIAIi BY JURY' wb R 114 3 3 2“ 2* 2* 1* C Borel AV Viaa 1005 100 

(38436) BACK BAY w 9 111 4 2 1» Ink 1| 2* D Stirling F Sheridan 700-100 

(33521 IHAUBERK WB 5 118 2 1 5 5 44 3i T Par'ton J P Sweeney 150-100 

88143»WATER LADY w 6 113 1 4 4* 4* 3'J 4* L Mink J Arthur 285-100 

23521 INCOG w 3 104 5 5 3nk 3*4 5 5 W Crump Thomcllffe Stable 310-100 

Time. 86%, 50%, 1:10%. Track heavy. 

$2 matuels Daid, Trial by Jury, $22.10 straight, $8.40 a place; Baefc Bay, $5.90 a place. 



Eonivalent booking odds— Trial by Jury, 1005 to 100 straight, 320 to 100 a place; Back Bay, 195 to 
100 a place. 

Winner— Ch. h, by Pair Play— Princess Chic (trained by R. P. Carman; bred by Mr. E. B. Cassatt). 

X rni.T 5? ^ minute. Start gooil and slow. Won easily; second and third driv- 

ing. IlUAL BY Jl RY forced u fast early pace and drew aw’iiy in a canter at the end. BACK BAY set 
a good pace, but tired right at the finish. HAUBERK closed a gap and finished fast. The other two 
tired. 

00^ PJfT SEA’ENTH RACE — 1 1-8 Miles. (June 6, 1914 — 1:.52— 3— 109.) $600 Added. 3-year- 

^ ^ I olds and upward. Claiming. Net value to winner $480; second, $ 100; third, $50. 

AWtPPSt % % % Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv. Odds 8tr*t 



Index Horses 



170 100 
305-100 
2215-100 
630-100 
560-100 
800-100 
1780-100 



w 7 1 3 14 li 1* F 1« T Rice J P Pones 

( 33397 )KDITH BAUM’NN w 4 103 2 1 24 2*® 2*® 2® 2* AV Crump J Arthur 

33545 THANKSGIVING wb 4 108 6 4 7 7 7 7 34 AV Doyle S Doyle 

4 99 4 6 5* 62® 6*® 6* 4* H HanmerW H Wallhau.ser 

w 5 105 5 7 6* 44 34 3* 5h E Donahuel* Sheridan 

WB 6 96 3 2 3*4 5* 5««k 4* 6*4 J Bell J Lowenatein 
83505 PRIM llARlhY wb 4 107? 7 5 44 3* 4* 5* 7 G Lomas S Miodow ...... 

„ Time. 26%, 62%, 1:19%, 1:47, 2:02%. Track heavy. 

$- mntnels paid. Aloiiocacy, $a.40 straight, $2.80 a place; Edith Baumann, $2.80 a place; Thanks- 
giving, $(5.(M) a plaee. 

Eijni valent booking mlds— Monocaey, 170 to 100 straight, 40 to 100 a place; Edith Baumann, 40 to 100 
a place; Thanksgiving, 2(M) to KM) a plaee. 

^^^y )''’ “*“****—< ’^** K. Hamburg— Yloiiadour (trained by II. A. Cotton; bred by Mr. Harry Payne Whlt- 

Went to iM>st at ,5:03. At post 2 minutes. Start gooil and slow. Won easily; second and third driv- 
^^*^**5 quickly and, winning all the way, fini.*<hed in a canter. EDITH BAU- 

MANN ran well, but tired in the hist quarter. TIIANKSGIV'ING closed a gap in the last quarter. 
Overweights — Reqiiiraiii. 2 |iouiids; Prim Harry, 2%. 



LATONIA FORM CHART. 



LAT()KIA, KY., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1917. — Tliird day. Latoiiia Jockey Club. Spring Meeting of 
21 days. Weather cloudy. 



Stewards. (9iarles F. Priie and T. J. ( lay. Judges, W. H. Shelley and J, B. Campbell. Starter. 
Harry Alornssey. Racing Secretary, J. B. (’timpbell. 

Racing starts at 2::i0 p. ni. ((’liicago time 2:.30 p. 111.). ‘Indicates appn*ntiee allowance. 



O PT O first RACE— 5-8 Mile. (June 22, 1910— .59— 2--109.) $(’,00 Added. 2-year-olds. 

OOVrOO Maidens. Cults and Geldings. Claiming. Net value to winner $49.5; second. $1.33: 

third. $72 



index Horses 



33169 AMHU.St’ADE WB 112 10 5 

A\’ALTF:R BRADY' 



AWtPPSt *4 % % Str Fin Jwkeys Owners 



o4 44 3* 1* W Andre.ssiJallaher Bros 



AV AI/PPiR BRADY' w 112 1 1 1» 1‘ l^ 2* R Coo.se W H Bakep 

T-.T T -r.- . 6* 3“ K LapailleWilliain.s Bro.s 

.Lt25.t (ARI., KI.LAV ANG Rwb 112 o C 4'4 34 74 4" C Hunt K .S’pence 



.Spence 

8* r.u J Metcalf K D Alexander 
?.h 64 .54 On R Wingf’ilJ Specht 
2ii J Haiiover('’ C Van Meter 

C* 8*4 44 8‘4 D Connelly A L Rogers 



Equiv. Odd s Str*t 

27*80-lW 
225-100 
620-100 
7930-100 
389100 
t‘2300^ 100 
10440-100 
290-100 
2445 -lOv) 
8855-100 
t 



33409 I.rm.E ROIdJ) w 112 
334 12*CH VRLEY NoLTE w 107 9 7 
33400 TO.M TIT WB112 11 8 

33’L53 GK’ORGE DUNCAN w 112 6 9 _ 

3*»7.59 l*.E.8'r BEAU w 109 2 10 9’ 4 9* 9-’ 9®' AV' MtehanF J KeMev 

32775 1*ARFAY' vv.sn 112 S 11 :o-’ 10* lo« 10‘« W Lllley S T Baxter 

FRED I/>WE w 112 4 3 11 11 11 U T Buckles J A Taylor 

tMutiiel field. Time, 24, 49. 1:02%. Track fast. 

$2 mntnels jiaid. Ambuscade, $.57.60 straight, $21.20 place, $11.20 show; Walter Brady. $5.00 place. 
$4.40 show; Kale. $1.20 show. 

E(|iiivalciit iMMikiiig odds— .Ambuscade. 2780 to 100 straight. 960 to 100 place. 460 to 100 show* 
AValter Brady, 1.50 to KM) plaie. 120 to lOO sliow; Kale, 110 to KM) show. * 

Winner— Br. c, by Sweep -EthellsTta (trained by J. C. Gallaher; bred by Air. J. C. Carrick), 

" “ minutes. Start good and slow. A\5,u handily; second and third driv- 
ing. A.MI'.l SC.ADE came fast in the stretch and drew away in the last eighth. AVALTER BRADY' 
from a fast lM*giiuiing. showed the most early si»eed, but tir»*d finally. K.ALE closed a gap and stiMal a 
hard drive near the end. C.ARL EI.LAVANGER ran well ami so did LITl’LE ROLLO. GEORGE DL'N- 
CAN Iwgaii slowly. TOM TI’P tired. 



000 PTQ SF^'OND RACE— 3-4 Mile. (.Tune 27. 1914— 1:11— .5— 116.) Purse $700. 3-year-olds 
tJ ^ and upward. Claiming. .Net value to winner $.5.50; second, $100: third. $50. 



Index Horses 


AWtPP 


St *4 


% 


% Str Fin 


.32915 LMl’HESSIVE 


4 105 


4 


1 


I'i 


I'i 1= D 


33594 2 * S A Fl*yP V FI RST 


AV 4 lOS 


3 


PJ 


4)1 


4* 


3-’ J* 


(33554) MARTRE 


AV s no 




0 


3-’ 


3* 


2»i 3i 


33594 SA.AL K. MEA’ER 


AV 8 107 


1 


6 


6-’ 


6= 


4* 4* 


:;2866 SLEEPIER 


AVB 3 99 


7 


3 


2* 




r*’ r>* 


331 I2*TRUS’PY 


AVB 3 104 


;» 


9 


8* 


7'i 


C-’ 6‘ 


33554 *T 1 K JRNAVOOD 


AV 4 iH] 


6 


7 




S‘ 


7* 7A 


33526 DIRIGIBLE 


AV 3 93 


9 


S 


9 


9 


8'J 82 


33112‘M.\CM()NDE 


WB 3 85 


8 


4 


5'i 


5.A 


9 9 



Jockeys Owners 



K LapailleWilliams Bros 
A Barrett H McMillan 
C Di.shrnonR P Dodson 
AV'^ Kel.say G 1., Strang 
J CulIahanGallaher Bros 
F Murphy \A' Perkins 



Equiv. Odds S tr*t 
70-100 
21.85-100 
415-100 
KrJO-lOO 
3470-100 
960-100 
11490-100 
17930-100 
15675-100 



F Judy T AVood 
- _ H Lunsf’rdK Spence 

Time, 23%, 47%, 1:13%. Track fast. 

$2 mntnels paid. Impressive, $3.40 straight, $,’{.10 place, $2.60 show; Safety First. $8 20 place 
$4.20 show; .Martre. $2.80 show. 

Equivalent Ism, king odds Impressive, 70 to 100 straight. .5.5 to KK) place, 30 to KM) show': Safety 
First. 310 to KM) pl:ice, 110 to KM) sliow; Martre, 40 to KM) show. 

AViiiner -(’li.. f, by Hilarious— Hester AV. (trained by R. 1). AA'illiams; bred by Messrs. AVilliams 
r.ros. & Holl.iiid). 

ii.g. 

under hard riding, gaiin*d fast in the stretch and finished with a rush. AIAR'I’RE tired in the last 
iglitji. S.AMCEL R. MEYER lH*gaii slowly and finished fast. SLEEPER showed speed. TRUSTY 



Went to post at 2:53. At post 1 minute. Start good and slow’. AA’on easily; second and third driv- 
g. IMPRESSIVE, aw’.-iy fast, raced into a giMnl lead at once nml won all the way. S.AFETY FIRS'l', 
ider hard riding, gaiin*d fast in tin* stretch and finished with a rush. AlAR'l’RE tired in the last 



was badl.v oiitrnn. 

Overweights —Samuel 



R. AI>‘yer, 1 pound: Trusty. 2. 



R.AUE-3-4 Mile. (.Iniie 27. 1914- 1:11 -.T-116.) Purse $800. 3-y 

O V* vJ* F and upward. Ulaimiiig. .Net value to winner $(L50; sec ond. $KH>; third, $.5 

AAVtl*PSt *4 % •% Str Fin Jockeys 



Index Horses 



-year-olds 
$.50^ 



\s 6 117 



Owners Equiv. Odds S tr’t 

3347*i*‘J. J. .MURDOCK w SI*. 4 114 1 2 30 2'^ !•» R .Sharpe l.,evy S( horr 14(j~100 

1- Ifc 2* 2^ AV' AiuliessB J Brannon 320-li» 

f D 5‘i 3* 32 U AV’ingf’dJ Greene 825-109 

7 7 5* 4M J Metcalf J IJvingston 440-100 

4* 4' 41 C* J> L’onnellyD E MulhoMand 1275-100 

6§ 6.V 62 6* C Di.sbinonR L Baker 614.5- 100 

F Murphy G \V' J BLs.sell 4115-100 



( 3.3*»;5H)ScrEELEK 
33.556* •FLF.ETABlK.r.E w 5 W 4 :5 

32H9.52ALDEBARAN w B 8 113 2 7 
33556 ,101 1. N Jit. w 4 109 .3 4 

33141 DR. CARMEN W’ .5 115 6 6 

3-29*23 FH.IGREE \v 5 109 7 



Time, 23%. 47*%. 1:12®;. Track fkst. 



$2 mntnels paid. J. J. Alnrdock, $4.80 straiglit, $3.20 place, $2.70 show; Squeeler, $3.30 place. $2.80 
show : Fleet.-ibclle. .$.*1.10 show. 

Equivalent booking odds- J. J. Alnrdock, 140 to KM) straight. 60 to KM) place, 35 to KM) show; Squeeler. 
to KM) phH-e. 40 to KM) show: Fleetals*lle, 5.5 to 1(N) show’. 

VV’hmer B. <*, by ('ontestor- (Jrntes(|iie (traiin*d b.v J. F. Schorr: bred bv Air. E. Frazer). 

AVent to iM>st .at :1;18. At post 4 minutes. Start gisKi am) slow’. AVoirdriving; se«*oiid and third the 
S.ime. . 1 . J. MURDOCK was well ridden and ontsta.vcd Siyl'EKLER after following the latter closely. 
S(JUEELER sl;ow«‘d the most sined from a fast iH'giiinicg. but tired in the last eighth. FLKET.YBELLE 
was going fast at tlie emi. ALDEB.VRAN lM*gaii slowly ami raced wide most of the way. FILIGREE 
quit badl.v in the last quarter. 



QQOO Y FOURTH R.VCE— 1 1-8 Miles. (June 20, 1914— 1:,50%— 3— 105.) Cuvier Club Ilaiidi- 
OOLf VJ X cap. Purse $l.(MK). 3-year-olds and upward. Net value to winner $775; second, 

$L50; third, $75. 



Index Horses 



AWtPPSt *4 % % Str Fin Jockeys Owners 



Equiv. Odds Str* t 



3359*2 .MARKVN C.«X9SBY wn 5 11;5 1 1 UJ F C DishmonM C Moore 38;V1(N) 

33558 EAIBROIDERY wn 5 109 4 3 4 3M 4 21 J Morvs A B Hancock 405-100 

335.58* ELLISON w b 4 111 3 4 3»i 4 3J 3* 3* 1* LowJer J P .Schorr 125-100 

33591 *’rO'K AY' wb 5 106 2 2 21 2* 2i 4 4 L? A’anDu’n.I AV' FYiller ^.5-100 

Time. 26, 49% 1:14%, 1:40%, 1:63*%. Track fast. 

$2 mutuels paid, Alarion Goosby, $9.70 straight, $5.(M) place; Embroidery', $4.70 place, no bIiow’ mutuels 
sold. 

E(iuival(*iit Ixioking odds — Alarion Goosby, 385 to 100 straight, 1.50 to 100 place; Embroidery, 135 to 100 
place. 

AV’iiim*r — Br. g, by Alaratlioii — 1‘heenie Fickle (trained by W. Perkins; bred by Messrs. J. D. Carr & 
Bro. ). 

A\'«*nt to post at 3:49. At pi»st 1 minute. Start good and slow*. AV'on easily; second and third driv- 
ing. M.VRiO.N (JOOSBA' set tin* pace at liis r!d«*r’s l>*isiire and »*asily oiitstaycil EMBROIDFIRY' in the 
final <lrivc. EAIP.ROIDEUV saved mn<-h ground on the last turn and finished fast. ELLISON raced 
wiile on the turns and ran Indow liis best form. TOK.VY was •■huked into exhaustion in the first three 
quarters and ipiit wiicn called on in the stretch. 



FIFTH R.\(’E— 6-8 Mile. (June 2*2, 1910— .59— 2— 109.) Thirty-fifth Running Clip- 

O setta Stakes. $2, (MM) Added. 2-year-olds. Fillies. Allow’ances. Net value to 

winner $2.760; second. $4(M); third, $200. 



Index Horses 



A WtPPSt *% % % Str Fin Jockeys Owners 



Equiv. Odds 8tr* t 

(33474)VIVA AMERICA w 110 1 1 1* 1- 1* 1« J HanoverC T Worthington 65-100 

33557 GIPSA' QUEEN w 111 3 2 .’I* .35 2* L Gentry J B Respess 715-100 

( 33531 )OCKAN SWEEP W’ 121 4 3 4D 4* 4= .3= D ConnellyG J Long 795-100 

33557 ATAI..VNTA wn 110 7 5 2«‘ 21 2»> 4* J Aforyw J N Camden 590-100 

33557 BLUE PARADISE wb 107 5 4 6* 5»« 6«® 5»» H Shilling E R Bradley 12:)7.5-100 

33285 VIOLET BONNIE wb 107 2 7 55 6'® 5* 6® E Alartin A L Kirby 2045 100 

33588 *ICHI-BAN w 103 6 6 7 7 7 7 AV Meehan F J Kelley 5450-100 

Time. 23%. 47%. 1:00%. Track fast. 

$2 mntnels paid, A’lva America, $3.30 straight, $2.80 place, $2.40 show; Gipsy Queen, $4.50 place, 
$3.(M) s)i«>w; Ocean Sweep. $3.20 show*. 

Equivalent Imoking odds — V’lva America, 65 to 100 straight, 40 to 100 place, 20 to 100 show; Gii>sy 
Queen, 12.5 to KM) plaee, .50 to KM) show; Oeeaii S\viH*p, 60 to KM) show'. 

AViimer - (’ll. f. b.v AIc(Jee — Pink Rose (trained by (\ T. AV'orthington; bred by Air. George J. Stoll). 

AWnt to post at 4:17. At p«»st 1 miiinte. Start good and slow. AVon easily; second and third driv- 
ing. A’lA'A AMERICA ran as if she outclassed the otliers, displayed gix*at siM*ed when allowed to do so 
and won as her rider pleased. GIPSY' QUEEN made a game effort all the W’uy. 0(?EAN SWEEP 
was ontriiii early and eame fast in tlie stretcli. ATALANTA quit iMidly in the last eighth. 

Scratched — (3.T400)Eda Herrmuiiii, 107; 33179 Crystiil Day’, 103; 33631*Kutic Canal, 1()3. 

Overweights^-( tipsy Qnecii. 4 pounds. 



33663 



Index Horses 



SIXTH KA('E— 1 1-16 Miles. (Oct. 7, 1916— 1:43%— 3— 122.) Purse $900. 3-year- 
olds and npwani. Claiming. Net value to w’iniier $700; second, $ 125; third, $75. 
AWtPPSt *% % % S t r Fin Jockeys Ow’ner s Equ I v71)dd8~ t 



33555 = SLEETH w« 8 113 1 1 1* 2* 2= 2'h 1* H Goose Adair & Baker 125-100 

33l8r»2Y'ENGHEE wsb 7 108 4 2 2* 1* 1* 1* 2* F Murphy G Borkel 19(^100 

33473 2 JACK O’DOAA’D wb 4 112 3 4 3* 3® 3® 3* 3® J Metcalf J Livingston 370-100 

33284 AVADSW’H’S LAST w 5 109 2 ,3 4^ 4h 4* 4* 4= W MechanJ M Goode 2486-100 

33150 Sl'AH OF LOVE w 5 115 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 H Stearns H L Crain 3790-100 

Time. 24. 48. 1:13, 1:39%, 1:46%. Track fast. 

$2 miitnelK paid, Sleeth, $4.50 straight, $2.70 place, $2.10 show’; Yenghee, $2.80 place, $2,10 show; 
Jack O’Dowd. $2.10 show. 

Equivalent booking o<lds — Sleeth. 125 to 100 straight, 35 to 100 place, 5 to KM) show*; Yenghee, 40 
to KM) place, .5 to KM) show*; Jack O’Dowd, 5 to KM) show'. 

AVMiiiier — B. g, by Deutsclilund — Alerida (trained by AV. H. Baker: bred by Mr. Barney Schreiber). 

AVent to post at 4:44. At post 2 minutes. Sturt bad and slow. AA'on hnudily; second and third driv- 
ing. SLEETH, away fust and given a giHKl ride, finislied gamely and outstayed YENGHEE through the 
List sixte*>ntli. YENGHEE showed high si»eed and moved into the lead after going tliree- eighths, but 
tireil. JA(’K O’DOWD suffered from interference at the start and closed a big gap. The others were 
uiw’u.vs outrun. 

Scratched — 33591 Water Witch, 105. 



33664 



Index Horses 



SEVENTH RACE— 1 1-16 Miles. (Oct. 7, 1916— 1:43%— 3— 122.) Purse $800. 3-year- 
olds and upward. Claiming. Net value to winner $650; second, $100; third , $50. ^ 

Equiv. Odds 8tr* t 



AWtPPSt % % % Str Fin Jockeys Owners 



(33512) WATERPROOF wb 5 115 8 3 3* 3’i 3* 2i IJ D ConnellyC E Hamilton 300-100 

33475* ‘BEAUTY' SHOP wb 4 105 3 2 2‘ IJ 1* F 2* N Barrett Bills & Koemer 400-100 

(33859)STOUT HEART wsb 7 115 6 6 4* 2»> 3* 3» AV AndressB J Brannon 160-100 

33235 SOLID ROCK w 4 108 4 4 7‘® 5® 4* 4'* 4® J Metcalf J Livingston 915-100 

32867 GRASMERE w 10 112 5 1 1* 41 5® 5* 5* K LapailleAV’illiams Bros 870-100 

33406 BRIAN BORU wb 5 110 2 7 68 7* 6* 6* 6* F Fuerst P P Letellier 10815-100 

33402‘FIGHT FAIR wB 3 86 1 8 8 8 8 7® 7'* J Gruber K Spence 1356S 100 

33446 PLITAWAY w 6 108 7 5 52 6* 7* 8 8 H Steams H L Crain 14575-100 

Time. 24%, 49%, 1:14%, 1:41%, 1:48. Track fast. 

$2 mutuels paid. Waterproof, $8.00 straight, $4.40 place, $2.50 show; Beauty Shop, $4.70 place, $2.60 
show’: Stout Heart, $2.40 siiow. 

Equivalent IxNikiug odds — Waterproof, 300 to 100 straight, 120 to 100 place, 25 to 100 show; Beauty 
Shop, 135 to KM) place, .30 to 100 show; Stout Heart. 20 to 100 show. 

Winner — Ch. g, by (’iiuunl — Tinker (trained by J. McKinney; bred by Messrs. Stone A Rucker). 

Went to post at 5:14. At post 2 minutes. Start bud and slow. Won driving; second and third the 
same. WATERPROOF gained steadily and saved mncli ground on all turns, finished gamely and out- 
stayed BEAUTY SHOP. BEAUTY SHOP set a good pace and finished gamely. STOUT HEART tired 
fast in the last eiglith. SOLID ROCK met interference on the first turn and finished fast. GRASMERE 
showed syeed. but quit. FIGHT FAIR was practically left. 

tClMM CwEtUmeA M BIAtM 






DAILY RACING FORM. 



THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1917. 



Devonshire Park Entries and Past Performances for Thursday, Tune 14. 

WEATHEK WET. TBACK HEAVY. 



TUIBD BACE — 3-4 MUe. 8-year-olds. Claiming. (Oct. 31, 1916—1:12—2—00.) 



Racini; starts at 2:30 p. m. (Cliicaeo time, 1:30.) 
XUuns well in mud. 0Siiperior mud runner. 
(M) maidens. •Apprentice allowance. 

First Baco— 5-8 Milo. 

2 - year-olds. A 11« »wa iices. 

(Track record: Oct. 4, 1916—1:00—3—101.) 

Today’s 



Ind. 


llOTse. 


Wt. Rec. 


A.Wt.Han. 


(3.‘irH6) 


High Cost .... 




1LR..725 


cmij) 


Wiiisomvera 


112 1:02% 


11.RX720 


(.’KKll.’ l ) 


L*t:i 


107 1:01% 


112.. 71.3 


3.HC.41* 


Walter Daut . 


107 1:01% 


11.3.. 71.3 


33644* 


Sincerity .... 


102 1:01% 


112X715 


:i;i.%os 


Lilly G. (M) 


107 1:02% 


10.3X710 


:«L*47* 


Haseeii (M) . 


112 1:04% 


lOH. .710 


3.’1."|S1 


Near 




112. .70.3 


3358lt 


Craeow (M) . 


102 1:03 


108. .700 


t 


It.urside, b. e 


. by 






Yankiu* — Biiriiigo 


111 


tIVi 


'land .St.ublc entry. 




High 


Cost may prove 


slightly best. 





Also elitriblo to stiirt in order named should any 
of the above be scnitched; 

3,362.*i= Verde 108 1:13 »f. 100X71.'. 

33."»M4 Valerie West 100 1:14% 101X715 

33627 Mystic Folly 109 1:19 106.. 710 

Felicidad beat g(K>d horses in his last raee. 

Fourth Bace— 3-4 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward, t'luiming. 



FELICIDAD. ch. g, 3 

3M76 Belmont 3-4 1:14 fast 



(Trai 

.T1.349* 


‘k reeoi d : Oet. 
LllH‘rator 


31, 19 
121 


16—1:12 

1:12% 


5 


—90.) 

108X72.3 


3:i.3S4 


King Tuscan 


114 


1:12 


4 


10SX720 


(.^3.3S4) 


Foxy Griff . . . 


....111 


l:12’f. 


.3 


114X715 


.33627 


Daxiil (’raig . 


lOS 


1:13% 


6 


108X710 


.328.37 


Anna Kruter . 


10.3 


1:12% 


5 


10!)X71() 


3;i.38|* 


Noynim 


111 


1:11% 


4 


108. .70,3 



33291 Belmont 3-4 l:14%fast 14-5 102 5 

33ir.5 Jamaica 3-4 l:14%fast 6 103 7 

30036 Laitonia 3-4 l:17%livy 17-5112 3 

29960 Latonia 3-4 l:12%fast 9-5 112 3 

29280 Douglas 5i f l:07%fast 22-6 113 S 

LADY BOWEKA. b. f. 8 94 

32419 Tijuana 1 l:40%fast 10 91 8 

32182 Tijuana 6J f l:09%slow 4 100 2 

32066 Tijuana 5i f 1:09 fast 3 101 2 

32046 Tijuana 6i f l:08%fast 7 90 2 

21988 Tijuana 5i f l:09%slow 7 105 4 

31958 Tijuana 5i f l:16%hvy 3i 93 6 

SWIFT FOX. b. o. 3 109 



94 

91 8 4 8 



Second Bace — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 
4-yeur-olds and upward. ('Ininiing. 
(Tnick record: Oct. 6, 1916-1 :06%—r»— 112.) 



Liljcrator is fast and favorably weighted. 

Fifth Bace— 1 Mile 20 Yards. 

Victory Handicap. 

3-year-<.lds and upward. 

(Track record: Oct. 4, 1916—1:42—8—109.) 
(3.362S) FUriT CAKE .... 3 116X7.50 

3.3»»28- Cipsey (icorge ... 4 1O.507HI 

3.36‘J8» rriiinpsall 3 98. .735 

.^3618 Cordon Kussell ...112 1:44% 7 105x7,35 

3362S Cruiiipy 101 1:40% 5 111X735 



3T647 Dev’shire 
:A'>47 Dev’shire 
:{3.*J10 Dorval 
3.3228 Dorval 
33172 W’dblne 
33011 W’dblne 



5ifl:06%fast 29-5 102 1 
5iV l:08%fast 8-5 110 3 
3-4 1:17 slow 13-5 116 1 
64 f l:10%good 24 109 2 

3-4 l:13%fast 19-20105 12 
3-4 l:17%hvy 19-20 108 4 



(.’i:{626) Fathom 

3:1.5 IS Encore 

:i:>.5K.l Miraiiiichi 

.Tl.5Sl!= Violet 

3LnH2* Bash 

33.54S* Bniiidywiiie 
.329132 Corkey W. 
.3:i.5S2 tjuid Nunc 



31.3S95 Vesta 
;i:il,5S I term I 
32900 'riioni; 



10<{ 1:(K» 

KKl l:>Mi% 

110 1:07% 

104 l:tMJ% 

102 1:07% 

108 l:ti7% 

107 1:07% 

107 1:0«{% 

106 1:09% 

105 1;0<»% 



I’.enniidian 105 1;0<» 

'riionias It. lliinley 

(M) 

B. A. .Tones lOti 1:07 



6 11 2.. 725 
5 112X720 

7 1(«X715 
4 10.5X715 
4 1(H>X710 

7 102®710 

4 115.. 710 

8 104 X 705 

5 105X705 

6 112X705 

4 104..7(H) 

5 107 X 7(H) 



Fruit Cake siioiild seore again. 



OLD HABBY, b. g, 3 

3:i625 Dev’.shire 3-4 l:13%,fast 21 
33.547 Dev shire 54 f l:08V^ifast 58 
26797 Tijuana 5-S l:01%fast 10 
26555 Tijuana 44 f 55%fast 7 
2K3.38 Tijuana 1-2 49%fast 44 
26026 Tijuana 
25873 Tijuana 



49%fast 44 112 7 

r>0 good 2 112 1 

50%good 1-2 109 6 



Also eiigiide to start in order named should an3* 
of tile al*ove lx* seratehed; 

.32880 Stilly Night 10,5 1 :(){)% 9 102X700 

3:1228 liiikeinae 101 1 :Of» .5 107X70.5 

32HSO Bwana UY2 1:05% 4 105.. 710 

Fathom is gisal and niaj' win again. 

Third Race — 3-4 Milo. 

3-.vear-olds, riaiming. 

(’fraek reeord: Bet. 31, 191fr-l ;12— 2— 90. ) 





Sixth Race— 1 


Mile 


70 Yards 






OLYN G.. b. c. 


3 




107 








3-year-obls and 


iipw.'ird 


Claiming. 


32715 Pimlico 


3-4 l:16%slop 


31- 


5 105 3 


2 


4 


(Treek reeord: Oet. 28, 19K’*— 1 :43%- 


-1 


-109.) 


32658 H.deG’ce 


6i f 1:07 fast 


47-10 104 5 


5 


5 


.TltMO* 


I’etlar 


los 


1:46*/-, 


4 


10.3X72.3 


31970 Havana 


5-8 l:02%slop 


3 


111 1 


4 


6 


33586* 


Petit Bleu ... 


110 


1:46% 


5 


106X720 


31925 Havana 


3-4 1 :13 fast 


8-J 


103 3 


3 


3 


:i:k;29 


Host* .Tiiliette . 




1 :44% 


4 


10.3X71.3 


31854 Havana 


Bi f l:08%fast 


2 


106 3 


2 


2 


33,3.31 


('ommaiiretta . 


....107 


1 :4.3 


5 


106X715 


31804 Havana 


6-8 l:04%hvy 


3 


110 4 


4 


1 


3,3629 


Pin Money .. 


10:1 


1 :4.3 


5 


110X715 


31458 Havana 


f l:05%fast 


3 


109 3 


4 


3 


32924 


Moss Fox . . . . 


111 


1:4.3% 


6 


111X710 


BLAISE, ch. 0 


I 3 




111 






.3:1122= 


Billie Baker . 


....112 


l:50h 


7 


110®71() 


:::2)S4 Dev’.shire 


5A f l:07*%fa.st 


22 


llOJ 8 




3 


33.382 


Early morn 






6 


113X710 


33171 Douglas 


3-4 l:13%fast 


11 


102 6 


4 


3 


:1:1.34 s 


Sempsiila 






H 


110X70.3 


3.3180 Douglas 


3-4 l;12%fa.st 


36 


104 5 


4 


4 


.33.3S6 


Fiiialei* 


. . . .10.3 


1:47% 


5 


106 X 70.3 


32842 (^hureh’l 


.3-4 l:14%fast 


27- 


5109 5 


3 


3 


:i21M).3 


Brown V’elvet 


107 


1 ; 4.3 


4 


98. .7(M) 


32779 Lex’gton 


3-4 l:16%mud 


6i 


109 2 


1 


1 


3:11.3s 


Ciuisoler 


102 


1:46% 


9 


1 (Mix 700 


28923 I>'x’gton 


5-8 1 :00V6fast 


2 


115 4 


3 


3 



By Horst Park — ^FeUcity Morrat (J. B. White). 

1 1 1* in A Schu’g’rll S.McMeekin, Cabaret, W’derful 

6 6 6*« 6^4 B Kleeger 6 Bloomy Gus, Startling, Killdee 

8 7 6‘ 3*4 M Garner 10 Killdee, Gloomy Gus, K. Baggot 

114* 6»4 M Buxton 8 B’sc’hll., G.C.Love, T.o’T.W’to 

2 3 4‘ 4*4 M Buxton 5 Cudgel, Latonia, Itut’rscotchll. 

6 6 4| 1® W Lilley 9 WestyHogan, Phocion, J.Bufoa 

By Sir Huon— Cutter (O. Alexandra). 

8 9 9‘ 7»* A Alex’dralO Aug. lleiiize. Striker, LastSpark 

7 7 7 6*4 A Alex’ dra 7 Waremore, Satsiimn Belle, Mab 

5 4 44 24 A Alcx’dra 8 Sat.Bellc, G’dysIAm, Eng.Ijiidy 

6 5 64 4*4 A Alex’dra 9 Barton. Fraiieis. San. White 

4 2 24 3*4 A Alcx’dra 9 Lasy Lou. Cruces, L^dy Leona 

4 6 6^ 4*1 A Alex’dra 7 Francis, Charmeuse. Orimar Lad 

By Tony Bonero— Tallahassee (W. Duman). 

1 3*4 4<4 A Claver 9 Etnisean, B.iindStars, Gladiola 

2 24 2*» F Merimeell Sybil. Wat. Valerie West 

2 2 2* 6** J W’^ake 8 liaztlnut. Wall Street, B. S.*ind 

5 4 2* 4*1 F Merimecl2 Bluebanno<‘k, B’dMan, AlexGets 

6 5 3* 1* F Merlmecl3 AlexGets, Valerie West, Margery 

1 1 3* 4« F Merimee 7 ElRcy, Comacho, Q.of tlie Sea 

By Harrigan— Zella Knight (E. M. Hall). 

1 1 Ini* 4* C Gross 10 Aristobuliis, V’erde, Ella Rv-an 

Wat 

10 10 10 8‘- H Cavan hlO Sybil, Persevere, F’ncy Feathora 

2 4 63 5«4 H Cavan’h 8 GulfStream, I^rfidyliCona. L.Wunl 

3 3*4 4®k E Pool 11 Sybil, Mike, Nasledovati 

3 3*1 1* E Pool 10 Persevere. Pick Again. L, Leona 

7 64 4M J Collins 8 Gulf Stream. Thirst, Taffy 

By Cnnard—Wayirard Lass (D. A. O’Meara). 

? i . 1 “" ^ 2 *^^**^ **‘ Blue Fox, Arbitrator 

f f ^ P*^?*"*^ 1“ Nonesuch, Blaseaway, C’ddloCp 

4 6 6*4 6*4 C Knight 7 S.Wellons, Friendless, Immense 

3 3 1*4 3*4 R Ball 6 Jerry, Barkey, Droll 

2 2 14 2*» R Ball 10 Broil, Flare, Two Royals 

1 \ ^ Ball 7 EdGarrison, Quin, Narcissns 

4 3 3* 2* R Ball 6 S.W’lons, Fr’ndless, U. Columbia 



By Box~Domino Noire (W. L. Drake). 

3* 3*4 K Haynes 11 Foxy Griff, Noynim. Droll 
54 5*4 C Dishmonl2 Kinney. Billy Joe, Douglass S. 
6'4 6"4 C Di.slinion 9 Brad.(’lioice, Amazon, Sqiieoler 
44 4* C Dishmon 9 Sedan. Flash of Steel, Trevi.soo 
^ Dishmon 6 Geo, C. Ix>ve, Basil. Noruntlieg.i 



(33176) Felnddnd 

.32119* Lad.v Itowcna 

:K)6*17 Swift Fox . . , . 

:J,3(;25 Old Harry ... 

:i271.5* Olyii G 

:4.3.5KT» Blaise 

.32614 Hey Ennis 

.3,3471 L;izy Lou 

:i:i.5S4 Lytle 

3:i.5S6 B.vsiin 

:i()1.5() Regn'so 

33.584 Minnow , 



..112 1:13% 
.. 87 1:14% 
.. 90 1:12 
..Km; 1:14*4 
..103 1:13% 
..108 1:13% 
..Krj 1:15% 
.. 94 1:14 
. .106 1:14*4 
..109 1:16% 
.102 1:15% 
. ..100 1:14 



90. ) 

109X725 
94 X 720 
1(H) X 71.5 
KM). .715 
107X715 
111 X715 
104X710 

107. . 710 

109. . 710 
103. .7(H) 
K)4X7(M) 
108X700 



Also eligil)le to start in order named should any 
of the alxn*e be scratched; 

3.3.5.51 Gala way Ill 1:48 *:,s .5 108x705 

.3:1.583 Virginia W 100 1:45% 4 103X710 

(3.3629) S.avino 4 113x705 

Race of doii)>tfiil ont<*«nie. 

Seventh Race — 1 Mile. 

3-year-<»lds and npw.ird. Claiming. 

('Prack reeord: Nov. 3, 19K’»— 1 :.39%— .*1—102.) 



28591 Wind.sor 64 f 1:07 fast 9-10 118 7 
REY ENNIS, b. c, 3 KM 

32614 H.doG’ce .3-4 l:1.5*4fast 28-6 100 1 

32.588 H.deG’ce 3-4 l:15Vf,fast 37-6 974 0 



3» 3*4 F Cooper 
4*4 VI F Cooper 



6 Geo. Ix)ve, Basil. Ncinintliega 
.5 Believe Me Boys. Midway. Lytle 
8 Sa villa. Great Dolly, Lady Moll 



.3.3.5.52=* Little 
(:i,3077)* Cuddle 
:i:i.5l9- ’ri.ajan 



attle String 
’mldle I'p 



:»:i(H8 Gordon Kussell 
3.3.543* Lady Mexiean 
,3:i6.30'* Star Sli<M)ter . . 

.3:1.519 Bae 

.3:k; 2.55 Ella Kyaii ... 



. .K)5U:42% 
. . 108 1 :3K% 
..105 1:40% 
..112 1:39'-, 
..113 i::is% 
..104 1:41% 
..105 1:13 



Little String should win at the weights. 



5 108X725 
4 KM) X 720 

4 105X715 
7 113X71.5 

5 10-1X715 
.5 los. .710 

6 110X705 

3 IM)X7(M) 

4 101X700 



FIRST RACE— 5-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. 
Index Course DistTimeT’ekOdds Wt St 
HIGH COST. b. c, 2 115 

3554(> Dev'.shire 44 f 55*4fast 13-5f 114 2 

WINSOMVERA. b. c. 2 115 

3:5412 Helmont 5-S st 1 :01 fa.st 12 li:. 1 

3:M)67 .lamaica .5-8 1:0.3 hvy 4 11.5 3 

32.V58 Pimlico 5-S l:02%fast 9 112 7 

‘.’.2810 Pimlico 44 f .55%fa.st 29 il5 2 

S2747 Pimlico 44 f 67%slow 16-5 110 5 



3:mM) 7 .lamaica 
32.V58 Pimlico 
::2819 Pimlico 
S2747 Pimlico 
LETA, ch. f, 2 
.3:n:24 Dev’.shire 
;{:!.546 Dev’shire 
32S:;o Dev’.shire 



.5-S l:01%fa.st 99-10 I 
44 f 55*/5fa.st 27 j 
1-2 49*4fast 33 1 



WALTER DANT, ch. c 2 115 

2:5641 Dev’.shire 44 f .55 fast 11-5 105 7 

:5.1469 Dougla.s 5-8 l:01%fast 22f 107 o 

SINCERITY, b. f. 2 112 

:;:644 D< v’shire 44 f 5.5 fa.st 36-10 PH) 2 

;,:.5S1 Dev’.shire 5-S 1 ;0lVf.fa.st 51-10 102 S 



,3:, .’194 Dorval 


5-8 l:04%fast 


2h Kd 


2 


3 


3 


•>2 


n 


33311 Dorval 


5-8 1:04 slow 


18-5 lOO 


2 


2 


3 


h 




.3.3*274 Dorval 


5-8 l:04V5fast 


12 101 


.3 


6 


6 


H 


5’i 


32601 H.deG’ee 


4i £ 55’ixfast 


16 5 108* 5 




6 


5*J 


35 


32587 H.deG’ce 


1-2 49%fast 


12 104 


9 




8 


9=> 


8*i 


LADY G.. ch. 


f. 2 (M) 


105 








By I 


3::.508 Douglas 


.5-8 l;()l%fa.st 


26-r, 107 


4 


3 


3 


45 


.■.'•A 


:31317 Douglas 


4i f 56%mud 


51 10 109 


5 




4 




'>2~ 


3:1179 Douglas 


4i f 54%fast 


50 112 


5 




5 


4A 


3"i 


HASEEN, b. c 


, 2 (M) 


108 








By ] 



Allowances. (Oct. 4. 1916—1:00—3—101.) 

V4 % % Str Fin Jockej’s Started Order of Finish 
By Von Tromp — Mitten (R. 0. Egan). 

1 1*4 1* E Smith 12 TiaaidLiglitlylL, L‘ta, H. Mabel 

By Winstanloy — Talavera (G. H. Browne). 

2 1* 111 W Knapp 11 lat. Devil, SuiiBriar, DrillMaster 

3 2 24 4’*i K 3'roxler 10 High I’ass, Seamstress, Prunes 

1 - 2* 2* n Troxlcr K) MaryMaud, Be.uiteous, Onward 

8 8 8 S" T Par’ton 8 ('. L’lleeker. Quietude, B. Broom 

„ 1 Ink 2- T I’ar’lon 9 Wetona, Kildare Boy, Onward 

By Meclick — Meadow (W. McLemore). 

5 0*1 1* W A I’ar’llll H:is.M:iIm* 1. Fren«‘*iv, R.Statliem 

.3 ,V4 ,3' W .Mclii’rel2 H.Cost, T. Lightly lL, H.M.ilnd 

8 8 8-* M M’thows S O.ofllnvaim, St’rBaby, MyGracic 

By Harrigan— Willie T. (J. B. Goodman). 

6 .511 G Moles’th V Afri. Arrow, Siiiet rit.v, St.arBabv 

6 D 34 1*1 A Claver 12 Roukwood, Pret.B.aby, Lit. Kollo 

By Broomstick — Loyal (E. T. Zollicoffer). 

1 14 2*4 n Bolton 7 Afri. Arrow, Walt.D.aiit. St.I’.;ibv 
4 4* 2'4 F MeriiiieeK) Irish Kiss, W. Master, StarP.aby 
3 3 2* 14 F Merimee 7 Salvestra, SamPiekett, li.tiavety 

2 3 24 23 F Merimee 8 L.HerN*rt, How.Bland, L.Moore 

6 6 64 5<4 F Merimee 6 .Sam Piekett, LutlvEileen Near 



32.588 H.deG’ce 3-4 
32027 Havana 64 f 
.31910 Havana t5-8 
318.35 Havana 64 f 
317(55 Havana 64 f 
31588 Havana 64 f 
LAZY LOU, hr. f. 3 
32171 Douglas .3-4 
:’21193 Douglas 3-4 
32S14 Dev’.shire 3-1 
322.59 Tijuana 5-8 
32034 Tijuana 64 f 
31988 Tijuana 64 f 
31944 Tijuana 3-4 
LYTLE, ch. g. 3 
3.581 Dev’.shire T>\ f 
32SS1 Dev’.shire 54 f 
32814 Dev’.shire 3-4 
32468 Oakl’wn 3-4 
32425 Oakl’wn 5S f 
32379 Oakl’wn 64 f 
32308 Oakl’wn 64 f 



64 f l:07‘%fast 8 106 7 

5-8 l;01%fast 3 102 1 

64 f l:10*%good 5 104 4 

6Jfl:i:i%hvy 20 98 7 

64 f 1:13 mud 7 98 7 

f. 3 107 

.3-4 1 :1.3*%fast 14f 9111 

3-4 l:K;%mud 23-JO 107 12 
3-1 l:16%good 54f 1(^2 7 
5-8 l:00*Afast 4 108 6 

54 f l:07%good 6 98 9 

64 f l:09%slow 6 113 1 

3-4 l;24%hvy 15 93 7 

109 

54 f 1 :07*%fa.st 20 HU) 2 
54 f 1 :07%fast 23 98 6 

3-4 1 :16%good 74 107 8 

3-4 l:15%good 3-5 110 7 
54 f l:08%.slow 3 113 1 

64 f 1:07 fast 7-6 106 1 



32308 Oakl’wn 64 f 1:08 fast 8 
DYSON, br. g, 3 

:.;{5SG Dev’.shire ImTOvl :46%fast .59 
:;:5.547 Dev’shire ,51 f l:0X%fast .38 
3;’;{73 Dufferin AbC’.f 1 :26%fast 1 
.33*295 Dufferin Ab5-8 l:02*%fa.st 10 



:i2910 Dev’shire 
32852 Dev’shire 54 f l:09%fast 20 106 7 

REGRESO, ch. g, 3 104 

.‘iOl 50 Latonia :5-4 1 :14%fast 26 PC 8 

.3(K»50 Latcmia 54 f l:0S%slow 55 10:i 6 

2!)S92 I.atonia 3-1 l:M%fast 14 P>4 9 

29047 Dorval 54 f 1:08 fast 13 107 4 

2S796 Conn’ht 54 f l:ll%hvy 19-10 113 6 

2^7.59 Conn’ht 64 f l:ll%slop 38-10 110 3 



54 f 1 :08 fast lOf 100 11 



.‘i0150 Latonia 
.3(K»50 Latonia 
2!)S92 Ijatonia 
21M)47 Dorval 
2S796 Conn’ht 
2^7.59 Conn’ht 
286.32 Windsor 



. o Hindoo— Katherine Ennis (W. H. Nevin). 

6 8 7*4 7"4 M Rowan 11 Th.Nighter, Perseus, Encore 

6 4 24 2* M Rowan 1.5 Colors, Two Royals, Encore 

6 6 4* 14 H Wakoff S Freshet, Sable, Magnetina 

2 3 3* 1* R Sobcl 8 Freshet, OldDrury, C, Fredricks 

^ 6 3* 24 M Rowan 10 C’erryBolle, Freshet, OddsAEnds 

6 7 8 8»* R Sobel 8 Tw.Toes, OldM.Crit. Amazonian 

7 7 7 6** M Rowan 7 H.a’Penny, Moncreif, Claribel 

Js«k Atkin — ^Mrs. F. G. Hogan (Williams Bros.). 

10 10 8* 6‘7 R Wingf’dl2 Kinnej', Billy .Iw*. Douglass S. 

11 12 9* 9** C Hunt 12 Immense. M.atin, May W. 

4 4 2* 2* F Baker 11 Anna Krnter. Hondo, Lytle 

5 5 6 O'* W Mcln’re .5 Rol. Laird, Waremore, * Gladiola 

6 5 3* 1* A John.son 9 R. Laird, Sat.Belle. BroiieoBilly 

1 1 1*4 1* C B’game 9 Cruces, LadyRowena, Leona 

4 5 6** 6”4 S McGraw 7 Slie’llDo, MissFannic, Dom.Park 

By Leonid — Chickadee (R. L. Frazier). 

8 .54 8« \y A Car’ll 11 Foxy Griff. Noynim. Blaise 

7 G 6* 5*4 G Scherrer 8 Etruscan, A.Middleton, P.Zanda 

7 6 5* 4*4 G Moles’thll Anna Kruter, Lazy Lui, Hondo 

6 4 Ih 1'4 F Merimee 8 Thirst. Iimocent Inez, Hazelnut 

2 3 ink 2n G Moles’thlO SirRichard, S.Oliver. OpheliaW. 

2 2 2*> 2* G Moles’ th 8 Vnler.West, BenH.anipsoii, Hondo 

5 4 3*» 3*4 W A Car’ll 7 Kultnr, Rhyme, Meddling Miss 

By Dr. Leggo— Napa Girl (W. M. Cain). 

4 6 9* 9'* G ScherrerlO Miid Sill. Petit Bleu. G.(’ouiisel 

7 64 5% T Homy 11 Sybil, Swift Fox, Wat 

1* D Bloom 8 Signorette. Tn^oweti, Heroine 
1* D Bloom K) Velvet, Treowen, May Bock 
11 11 12 11 ‘4 G Scherrer P_‘ Nellie B., Colie. Violet 

8 8 10* 10*4 W Orme.s 12 Hazelnut, IMunger, I*, de L‘on 

By Hastings — Arline (C. Straus). 



8 6 L Lykes 

64 6'* L I.ykcs 
9' 9*'* L Lykes 
2* 4'«4 T Hayes 
2* 2* T Hayes 



8 liytle, Higlirndrj.assie, Diamond 
8 Pas. Fancy, Saf. Girl. M. Belle 
11 Rhyme, (Jeo. Live, Kliytner 
8 Opheli.a W., G. Gus. E.isterLIly 
8 Sea Gull, Gold Bond. Stutini 



5-8 l:02%good 12 



MINNOW, br. f. 3 

:’:i.5S) Di'v’shiro 54 f l:07*A.fa.st 



:52114 Tijuana 
31885 Tijuana 
31747 Tijuana 
31707 Tijuana 
30568 Tijuana 



:;-4 l:1.3%fa.st 10 
3-4 l:20^’Hihvy 2 
1 l:40*/6fast 9-5 
3-4 l:14%fast 8 



; 103 6 

103 

f PH 3 
I P*0 1 
J06 2 



Ink i«4 T Hayes 10 Hazelnut, Cruces, Great Dolly 
44 4“4 T Hayes 7 ^lelia, Tliistle Queen, Gratitude 
By Minoru — Slave Trade (Nevada Stock Farm). 

6’ P4 A Johnsunll F'oxy Ciriff. Noynim. Blaise 
24 .5*2 .1 l^ngo 8 Deliver, Suyonafra, Hoeiiir 



54 f l:06%fast 13-5106 5 



198 Left at the post. 



l .nuiii.Noiii I roxy linn, .xoynim. Glaise 

24 .5*2 .1 l^ngo 8 Deliver, Suyonarra, Hoeiiir 

1* 1*4 J Longo 7 Chief Brown, Cruces, RedCirele 

7 7** S McGraw' 8 Slip. Elm, Sa.von.-irra, S. of L»ve 



11 Sy.Boy, Red(’irele, Beaut. Girl 



5 553 K Lapaille 5 Maud Bacon, K.Dick, Kol.Liird 



.3;{247 D<»rval 
;iH0n7 AV’dbino 
:i289f) Dev’.shlro 
32741 Ijcx’gton 
32720 l/ox’gton 
32651 Lex’gton 
NEAR, b. f. 2 
:c^5Xl Dev’.shire 
3.3:;94 Dorval 
3:2150 Dorval 
3.3*274 Dorval 
,331.39 W’dblne 
3:1(154 W’dbine 



5-S l;04*T.fast 69-in l 
44 f .5(i‘%hvy 47-5 1 

1-2 49 fast 54 1 

44 f 54%fast 27 ) 

44 f 58%hvy 2 ] 

1-2 Bl%hvy 24f ] 
1 

5- 8 1:01%fast 17 1 

6- 8 1 :04’%faat i:i-5 1 

5 8 l:02*i.fast 14 1 

5-8 l:04%fa.st 13 1 

44 f .55 fast i:i 1 

5-8 1 ;04%hvy 17 1 



CRACOW, b. c, 2 (M) 

r.5Sl Dev’.shire 5-Sl:01%faKt 36 



:’2U75 W’dbine 5 8 1: 

32899 I3ev’. shire 1-2 

BAYSIDE, b. c, 2 (M) 
First start. 



5 8 l:ni%fast (’►6 
1-2 49 fast 97 



By Peep o’Day— Hattie Walker (J. M. Henry, Jr.). 

3 44 .,‘h R Goo.se S H(ui«dulu. Koran. Saseiita 

4 34 2* R Goose 12 F. Wil.<on, MissAgnes, G. Kelley 

5 44 3"4 H Goo.se 10 Viva-\m<‘rica. Amelita, Flounee 

By Hessian — Rosa Marie (W. H. Fizer). 

2 2=> 2* E Haynes 11 Tlieo.F.air. Li.G.iyetv, Sw.Cp II. 

1 ^ -lohnson 9 .LlJefferiiig, Kuklux. S.Alyssnm 

4 6 5*1 A (’ar’llK) W.Miist<‘r, NewMo<lel, StarBabv 

12 11" 11**| W I.llley 12 Boy Blue, Tex Forman. D.Roek 

2 2* 3* W IJIloy K) Postmaster, At. Muir. T. Sahib 

5 34 3^4 W LilU*y 12 C’pmlre, B.Peddler. W.P.D’bney 

By Abe Frank — Our Bessie (W. J. Lambert). 

8 6* ;.* G Molo.v'thlO Irish Kis.s, Sinceritv, W. Master 

2 4'4 5=4 A Johnson 7 Sincerity, Salvestr.i, SamPiekett 

5 .5* :?« je Merimee 7 O.ofllavana, Th.Fair, llollinger 

4 3* 3* A .lohnsoii (5 .Sain!*ickett, L.Eileen, Producer 

4 34 3® I, Mink .5 S. Bound, F. Handley, H.Croxton 

5 5* o*'! W Doyle 7 L.Eileen. L.Herbort, B.L’ngston 

By Bryn Mawr— Anno Evans (Poland Stable). 

7 8‘4 9'* B Ko)>m’uK) Irish Kiss, Sine(‘ritv. W, Master 

7 7* 6=* F Merimee 8 Sw.Alyssum, Holliiiger, H.MalH-l 

10 10 10** C Gil)>ert 10 W.Mastor. NewModel, StarBaby 

By Yankee — Baringo (Poland Stable). 



FOURTH RACE — 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Claiming. (Oct. 31, 191(> — 1:12 — 2 — 90.) 



LIBERATOR, ch. g. 6 



:'..’i54!) Di • v ’ sh i re 
3.3258 I^ouglas 
313,51 Havana 
3i’2,59 Havana 
31076 Havana 



KING TUSCAN, cb. g, 



326*26 H.deG’ce 
.32494 Bowie 
324.56 Bowie 
FOXY GRIFF. 
2:;.5S4 Dev’.shire 
30972 Tijuana 
3('S99 Tijuana 
.39104 T..atonia 
29718 Dev’.shire 



h. g, 6 108 

:;-4 1 :13 fa.st 77-10 P»9 8 

54 f 1 :()(;%fast 26-5 112 5 
64 f l:95%fa.st 1 4 

3-4 l:12%fa.st 3 121 2 

3-4 l;l2%fast 1-3 .115 1 
, ch. g, 4 108 

54fl:07%fast 8.3-5113 7 
3-4 l:14%slo\v 12 112 4 

64 f 1 :(*7%good 17 107 8 

3-4 l:13%fast 81-10108 4 
b. g. 5 114 

54 f l:07%fa.st 24 196 6 

:M 1:14 good 15 98 5 

54 f 1 :09%.slow 60 98 3 

3-4 1:12%fast 42 102 1 

3-4 l:12%fast 69-10 112 7 



SECOND RACE — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 4-year-olds and upward. Claiming. (Oct. C, 1910 1:12 2 90.) 

FHOM. ch. g, 6 By Ethelbort — Ferment (A. C. Nieliaus). 

r* Dev’shire 3-4 l:13%fast 19-5 111 1 111* 1*4 RB. doll 12 L’vMildred, Soiiviuiir T Elwird 

8 Dev’.shire 3-4 1:14 fast 10 111 6 2 2 24 2* R Bedell 12 (’olle, Virginia W Encore 

:i Dev’shire 64 f l:08%fast 14 P»6 6 6 6 4*» 5"? F Hoi>kinsl2 Eneoro ('orkev W * Z ili 

4 Dev’ shire ;i-4 l:1.5%fast 99 10 111 10 3 4 6* 5% AV Ward 12 Svbil. Ischgniiibble irebinnock 

I Dev’shire 3-4 1:16 fast 8-5 IIS 4 11 1* D C Knight llMl.A.iones. S Olivet B Pres,?’^^^^ 

7 Oakl’wn lm70y l:46*/f.fa3t 12 198 6 6 6 7 7* 8'* H Tullett 8 Bogart Pavniastor ’ StoneheiUe^ 

II Oakl’wn 3-4 l:14%fast 7-5 110 7 7 6 4* 4*i F Cooper 9 Colie. Tze^LsrBo^b^ 

CORE. b. g, 6 112 By Plaudit — Expressing (B. B. Rice). 

SD-v’shire 3-4 1:14 fast 3-2 111 3 111* 4% A Jolmsoul2 (’olle. Fathom VirginH ^ 

3 Dorval :;-4 l:16%good 14 117 6 0 0 5*=* J Pit/. 11 llazelnut V. i 

5 Dorval 54 f l:10%fast .’J’J-S 111 1 4 4 4* 3* L Mink U .N>llie I .’ Ba^ 

3 Dov’shire 64 f l:0K*^fast 31-10 m 4 1 1 D 1* A Claver 12 f^orkey W Za i Bb b.nS 

0 Dev’.shire 3-4 l:16%fast 11-10 114 3 1 1 1* 1* A Claver 12 Fl.Negra B 

1 H.deG’ce 3-4 1:14 fast 13 110 3 11 IJ V B Kop’ni’nl2 Z.nli. L ,ra L^ 

7 H.deG’ce 64 f 1:08 fast 15 110 2 1 2 3* 2h W Collins 15 Owaga. Luzzi. 

KAMICHI, ch. g, 7 101 By Voter — Running Stream (M. Smith! 

4 Dev’.shire 54fl:07%fast .32-5 199 5 1 10* Pi'A F Merimeell Fox v (IriiT Blaise 

JDorv.al 3-4 l:16%good 1.3 112 4 2 1 3* 3>’* F Mormieell 

1 t’orlErlo r>S f l:n7%rast 13-5 W7 2 4 5 »'-> T I’ar'lon 10 Ou(lm.k 

18 Ibarn’ton 54 f l:07%fast 5-4 IP) 2 1 1 1* 2J F Rob’soii 8 Astrologer Outhmk 'Talebearer 

:iHam’ton 54 f l:08%fa8t 5-4 107 2 1 1 H 1* A Mott 12 Eulogy, Baby 

)7Conn’ht 3-4 l:22%hvy 31-10 122 1 1 3 4* 4" A Molt 8 Borax. Hand full 'ComSia 

)LET, b. f, 4 105 By Waterboy — La Fleur (J. C, Ferriss). 

2 Dev’.shire 3-4 1 :14*%fa.st 11-5111 2 4 4 21 2" G M<»Ps’thl2 Acis, Bogy .Johnson (’liim K ite 

0 Dev’.shire 54 f 1 :08 fast 19-5 109 1 2 2 2* 31 G Mole.s’th 12 Nellie B.,r/dle^ 

9 Dev’.shire :i-4 1 :16 fa.st 17-5 HO 1 4 5 34 2- G Molrs’tbll Luzzi, M:irtre 'Regular 

4 Oakl’wn 3-4 1:14 fast 5 106 2 2 2 2* 2* G Mole.s’tli 9 OpheliaW.. Tantivy K C’athnm 

6 Oakl’wn 3-4 1:14 fast 12 107 2 3 4 4* 4*4 G Molcs’th 7 Black Frost, Jos. Z^ 

SH, b. f, 4 100 By Factoiv-Dance Spirit (G. V. Barnes). 

2 Dov’shire 3-4 1 :15%fast 57-10 108 2 3 5 10* li** G Mole.s’ th 12 I.it. Nephew. Garl BadProsi>ect 

3 Dev’shire 3-4 l:1.5%f.ast 38-5108 2 6 7 6 * 3'’4 A Pickens 12 Roscm.ary, ( ’Htoli^^rts 

0 Oakl’wn 3 4 1:17%mud 10 109 5 8 9 9 9=" C Borol 9 Freeman, LMyMildred MavStir 

6 Oakl’wn 3-4 1:14 fast 8 110 3 2 2 3* 3* F Murphy 7 Bl. Frost. Jos. Zar;Ge. Violef 

2 Oakl’wn 3-4 l:l^)*^fast 13-6118 3 1 1 1* 1* F Murphy 9 Violet, Lady Mildred, L.Powcrs 

7 Oakl’w'n 3-4 l:15%fast 7 106 5 6 6 6 * 4* W Crump 11 A1 Pierce, Betterton, Freeman 

ANDY WINE, ch. h, 7 102 By Stalwart — Miss Canale (F. G. Teahan). 

8 Dev’.shire 3-4 1:14 fa.st 15 114 5 11 11 10^ 19® W (Jrmos 12 Colie, Fathom Vireini.i W 

0 Dev’shiro 54 f 1:08 fast 12 112 6 9 9 7* 6*4 W Doyle 12 Nellie B., Colie Violet 

9 Dev’.shire 3-4 1:16 fast 11 117 10 10 10 9* 9*4 W Doyle 11 Luzzi, Violet. Martre 

1 Windsor 64 f 1:07 fast 11-10108 7 7 6 6« 3< M M’ntain 7 Recluse. Earlv Sight. Old Bob 

.IForlErio 3-4 1 ;13%fast 29-10 109 8 8 6 6* 3*4 M M’ntain 9 Peep Sight, (‘:ommensia Eulogy 

6 Ilam’ton 3-4 l:14%£ast 1-2 110 8 6 3 2J 1*4 M M’ntain 8 Perpetual. Ethan Allen,’ Be 

IKEY W., ch. g, 4 115 By Bamsdale— Nellie Mier (B. J. Brannon). 

3 Dev’shire 54 f l:08%fast 15 111 3 3 3 3* 2* A John.sonl2 Encore. Zali, Bluebaniiock 

1 Dev’shire 64 f l:08%fast 12-5109 2 1 1 IJ Ink a Johnsonl2 SpringVallev. Ed Adams Colle 

SOakl’wn 64 f l:07%fast 10 107 2 2 2 24 2* G Moles’ th 9 J. Zarate, Souvenir. B.a’ndStars 

TOakl’wn , 5-8 1:02 good 15 303 3 1 2 2»> 3*3 H Erieks’nl2 ClumsyK,ate. B’ckBeauty, Yaca 

5 Hiilcrcst Ah.>>-8 l:f)0%fa.st 3-2 107 1 2 2*4 2* R Ryan 8 DoctorZab, M.ofFrome, Cud Un 

6 Hillcrest Ab5-8 l:01%fast 34 107 3 3 3* 2* F Jenkins 9 Brookeress. Y.Lady, S.lPymond 

ID NUNC, br. g, 8 104 By Woolsthorpe— Dictynna (C. MulhoUand). 

2 Dev’shire 3-4 l:14%fast 51 113 7 7 8 6*» 8" C Gro.'^s 12 Acis, Violet. Bogy Johnson 

2 H.deG’ce 3-4 l:14%fast 20 115 2 2 7 54 7«4 F Rob’.sonl3 Hops. Surprising, Rosemary 

5 H.deG ce 54 f l:07%fast 103 110 5 4 4 4 * 5* R Troxlcr 10 Sleepy Sam, I^ohengrin. Ponnee 

6 H.deG’ce 3-4 l:13%fast 4V-5f 108 5 2 4 .64 12*< J Metcalf 1« Cliff Haven. Stellarina. Scornii 

54 f l:C«%fa8t43-10f 112 4 16 13* 13=» J Metcalf 14 Meelicka, L. Ix>ndon, C.Roberta 

8 Tijuana 54 £ l:06%fast 8 110 8 8 8 8 8‘* A Pickens 8 Ph.Autoin’te. L.Jake, Pros.Baby 

STA, b. m, 6 105 By Sir Huon — ^Espanita (E. J. Ramsey). 

9 Tijuana 1 8 102 3 3 4 4 44 3*3 B Smith 9 EdCudihee. Slip.Elm, S. of Love 

8 Tijuana ImSOy l:52%mud 6-5 108 3 1 1 1 iH 1=J A Ca.vey 5 Redland, Veldt. Sem. Stalwart 

2 Tijuana 1 1.42%fast 3 95 2 2 2 2 2* ‘Jn S McGraw 7 Redland, GnidePost. R.S’nonll. 

7 Tijuana 1 l:41%slow 44 98 1 2 2 2 24 4=4 G Scherrer 6 Deliver. Virile, Guide Post 

7 Tijuana 1 1:42 good 4-6 97 4 1 1 1 H4 1= G Scherrer « Prince S.. S.R.Meyer, J.Graham 

3 Tijuana 1 l:46%mud 16-6 90 1 6 5 4 4* 24 R Moore 5 Say, Executor, Prince 8. 

WUDi^. ^ s. ^ r Peter Quince — ^Rose Marjorie (W. Kling). 

8 Dufferin Ab64f 1:26 fast 6-5 109 4*4 N Taylor 9 Minstrel, Rubicon II., Miizanti 

4 Dufferin Ab7-8 l:32%fast 2 110 1 » n Taylor 8 Silv.Shapiro, Fros.Face, D.Bass 

- Dufferin Ab7-8 l:3^ast 3 111 n Taylor 10 Dr. Kendall, Bolala. Lord Wells 

4 Dev’shire „ J }:j^£ast g J12 2 2 3 2 3*4 7‘3 N Taylor 12 PrimHarry, Ol’smobile, Steleliff 

L Dev’shire 54 £ l:08%fast 20 1094 6 6 5 4* 9*4 N Taylor 12 CorkeyW., Spr. Valley, EdAdams 

DMAS R. HUNLEY, br.g.4 (M) 104 By McGee— Lithia (M. C. Moore). 

) Dev’shire 6-8 l:01%fast 16f 107 3 Fell. O Martin 12 Jos.Zurnte, NellieB., Martre 

) Lex’gton lm70yl:49%hvy 17 104 5 3 3 4 6* 5*® G Scherrer 7 Chieftain. Jovial. Fleuron II. 

k. JONES, b. f , 5 107 By Blues— Zella Knight (E. M. Hall). 

) Dev’shire 64 f 1:08 fact 18 112 S 8 6 6* 7*4 J Howard 12 Nellie B., Colle, Violet 

L ^v’ahire 3-4 1:16 fast Jl 113 3 2 2 24 2* J Howard 12 Fathom, SirOliver, BadProspect 

0 Oakl’wn 8-4 l:17%mud 15 107 8 7 7 6® 6** G Scherrer 9 Fieeman, LadyMildred. MayStar 

0 Oakl'wn 3-4 l:14%good 12 110 4 2 2 6* 5*4 C Tudor 8 Sybil. Milbrey, Freeman 

8 OakPwn 2-4 1:14 fast 7 106 9 5 4 6^ 6*4 F Merimeel2 Freeman, Noynim, Moller 

5 Oakl’wn 2-4 1:14 fast 4| 112 1 2 4 34 3*4 F Murphy 12 Hondo, O’mobile, 0. on DeUvery 



29602 Dev’shire 


3-4 l:12*%fast 


17-10 111 


1 


1 


1 


29.522 Dev ’shire 


3-4 1:13 fast 


46-5 


99 


1 


3 


3 


DAVID CRAIG 


, ch. g. 6 




108 








.”.3627 Dev ’shire 


51 f 1 :07 fast 


13 


106 


4 




6 


.■;:;024 Jamaica 


3-4 1:14 fast 


7 


115 


3 


2 


2 


32911 Pimlico 


1 l:40'*f.fast 29 10120 


2 


0 2 


3 


32G18 H.deG’ce 


.3-4 l:ll%fast 


20 


108 


1 


2 


4 


32345 Oakl’wn 


6* f l:06%faat 


5 


110 


6 


4 


3 


S2L51 Oakl’wn 


3-4 1:15 slow 


6 


106 


1 


2 


2 


32121 Oakl’wn 


f 1:09 mud 


6 


103 


2 


1 


1 


32090 Oakl’wn 


3-4 l:13*%good 10 


104 


1 


3 


2 


ANNA KRUTER. b. m. 6 




109 








::28.57 I>»v’shirc 


iiii20yl:46 fast 


21-lfi 106 


5 


2 1 


1 


32814 I>ev’shire 


3-4 l:16*f.fi:ood 


. 26-5 10.3 


6 


6 


5 


32684 Lex’gton 


3-4 l:l’2%£a.st 


17 


103 


2 


6 


4 


32528 Oakl’wn 


3-4 1:15 fast 


6 


Il9 


4 


2 


1 


.32438 Oakl’wn 


3-4 l:1.3%fa.st 


41 


93 


8 


4 


3 


32356 Oakl’w’n 


3-4 1:13 fast 


4 


100 


2 


6 


5 


NOYNIM. ch. 


St 4 




108 








.3;,\5S1 1 >ev' shire 


5A f l:07*/f,fast 


36 


109 


1 




5 


32881 Dev’shiro 


5i f 1 :()7%fast 


14 


100 


4 


5 


7 


:;24:18 l>akl’wn 


3 4 l:13%fast 


15 


]U6 


2 


6 


7 


:i2.37S Oakl’wn 


3 4 1:14 fast 


4 


111 


5 


6 


3 


32283 Oakl’wn 


3-4 l:11%fast 


6-5 


110 


6 


1 


1 



By Planudes — Countesa Irma (J. B. Goodman). 

6* 3*4 A (’iaver 9 Etnisenn, ’I'i;)J:in, Grumpy 

7* T*” R Wingf’dl2 Siinecicr. Oplicli:i W.. .loim .Jr. 

24 2*4 E Mebiwen r» Anita, ImiK*rator. Sir Wellons 

13 1*4 K Mcb3w'cn 6 Ilnnnic Tess, Anita. Friendlesa 

1* 1*4 K McEwen 5 A1 i’ierce. King Tuscan. Owana 

By King James — TnacanlU (H. 6. Bedwoil). 

8* 6*4 G Molcs’thll Foxy Griff, Noynim, Blaise 
6* 6'’4 W Obert 7 Prohibition. Favour, K. Baggot 

7* 7** A Collins 9 Kewrossa. Adalid, Haiilx^rk 

6 6® A Collin.s R IndianCiiant, T. as Steel, Runes 

B yMarta Santa — Marina (R. L. Frazier). 

4i 1* G SchernTll Noynim, Blaise, Droll 

5 5* G Scherrer R S)>ok:ine Queen. Tokay, Piilliix 

6 5® G Scherrer 5 Edl’udihee, B. Weaver. O. Blossom 

6* 6‘® G Scherrer 8 lin.llart, MarsCossidy. S.Hc;irt 

7 5*^4 J Droyer 7 Early Siglit, Baoui, Korflnige 

24 ink J Dreyer 6 MissK niter, Redland. C.BrbIge 

1* 1* J Dreyer 0 Pontefract, S.ufLovc, C. Bridge 

By Peep o’Day — Avon II. (J. Lowe). 

5* 3=3 P M€‘riniee 8 Harry I,.. Eulogy. Lai’.giioriie 
3* 4«4 J W’illiams .5 Wise Man, Pnlliix, M. Herrmann 

4" 4‘* J McTag’t .5 .Tern, Mad. Herrmann, Venetia 

4*4 4*® R Troise 7 Kewessa, W'ise Man, Fruit(^ake 

4* 3® T McTag’t 6 M. Miller, CancRiin, Pr.ofComo 

2* 2* G Scherrer 5 O. Rosebud, B. Hensley, Ilanovia 

1* 14 G Scherrer 6 Hanovia, Kultnr, Mara Cassidy 

34 4®i W Obert 6 O. Rosebud, Aidcbaran, R.Bnidl’y 

By Transvaal — Lillie Kruter (G. Alexandra). 

34 4*4 A Alex’dra 8 (\ Giitelius. Karlyniorn. Hayden 

14 1* G Sclierrerll I.;izy Lm, Hondo, Lytle 

4* 4*3 G Sciiorrer 8 Dimitri. Areh I’lottor, Lneky R. 

I'J 2* G Scherrer 8 Arcli Plotter. lollte, Keelnse 

34 5* H Jeffcott 9 T. -a-Ling, B.J’lmson, A.IMotter 

6k 5"i G Scherrer 8 Ting-a-Ling, Korfiiage, Recluse 
By Abo Frank — Minyon (W. C. Weant). 

24 2* W Hoag 11 Foxy Griff, BIai.se, Droll 

7* 6® A Johnson 8 Etruscan. A.Middleton, P.Z:ir» ta 

4k 4* II Stearns 9 'P. -a-Ling. B.J’hn.son, A.I’Iotter 

24 2®k J Kederis 12 Freem;m. Moller, Bogart 
1= 1*4 J Kederis 12 Subject, El Sabio, Jim Winn 



FIFTH RACE — 1 Mile and 20 Yards. Victory Handicap. 
1:12—8—109.) 



3-year-olds and upward. (Oct. 4, 1916- 



FRXHT CAKE. b. f. 

,‘>:{628 Dev’.shire ImTOyl 
.3:’..64t) Dev’.shire 3-4 1 
3.*il 74 W’dbine 11-8 1 
32981 W’dbine 1 1-8 1 
32820 Pimlico 1 1-8 1 
32785 Pimlico 1 1 

32737 Pimlico 7-8 1 
32618 H.deG’ce 3-4 1: 
GIPSEY GEORGE, b. 
.”.:j628 Dev’ shire lni70yl : 



3.3550 Dev’. shire 1 1 

3,’K)61 Church’ 1 3-4 1: 

32893 Church’ I 3-4 1: 

3282.3 Church’ 1 64 £ 1 

286:15 Windsor 1 1; 

28.539 WimLsor 2-4 1: 

CRUMPSALL. b. g, 3 
3.‘)62S Dev’shire ImTOvl; 
2.3445 Douglas 3-4 1: 

32981 W’dbine 11-8 1: 

32878 Dev’shire 3-4 1 

32707 Lox’gton 3-4 1: 

GORDON RUSSELL. 
:i3648 Dev’shire 1 1: 

32903 Dev’shire lm20yl 
3285.6 Dev’shire lm70yl: 
32812 Dev’shire 1 1: 

32514 Oakl’wn 1 1: 

32476 Oakl’wn 1 1: 

GRUMPY, b. g. 5 
23628 Dev’shire ImTOyl 
33.649 Dev’shire 3-4 1 
32470 Oakl’wn 1 1-16 1 
32,357 Oakl’wn 1 1-8 1 
S2327 Oakl’wn lm70y 1 
22205 Oakl’wn 1 1-8 1 
32130 Oakl’wn 1 1-16 1 
31893 N.Orl’ns 1 1-4 2 



8 lie By Dick Welles — Parislenne (E. T. Zollicoffer). 

.:ll%fast 21-10 112 3 3 3 3 2k 14 F Merimee 6 Gip. George, Crumps.iil. Grumpy 

:i:i fast 13-20 105 4 5 6 5* 5‘4 F Merimee 9 Etriis«an. Tiajan, Lil>erator 

:.61%fast 64 111 2 3 3 4 4* 4‘7 E Haynes 13 Runes, Rancher. Arriet 

:54%fast 2 117 1 1 1 1 1* 1* E Haynes 8 Nebraska, J.W’gfield, Cr’mps.all 

:54%fast 43-10 116 6 1 4 3 3* 4* W Obert 14 Kalitan, A1 M. Dick. Ken. Boy 

:42%slow 14-5 !‘24 1 2 2 1 1* 24 W Obert 12 A1 M. Dick, Ken. Boy, Piraeus 

:30 hvy 17-20 120 1 2 2 1 1* 1" W Obert 9 Madeira. Crepusciile. P.MiiHens 

:ll%fast 19-20 114 2 1 1 2* 3*J E Taplin 7 Kewessa, Wi.se Man. Dav. Craig 

St k 105 By Dick Welles — Animosity (J. B. Goodman). 

;14%faat 25 10.3 1 2 2 2 1* 24 T Henry 6 FruiK’ake, Criimpsall, Grumpy 

illVisfast 33-10 106 111 1 34 5*2 T Henry 5 Joe D.. Slippery Elm, All Smiles 
:13 fast 3-2 115 3 4 5 3k 2n j Hanover 7 Kinney, Fleetabelle, Sansyming 

;lu*/5fast 9-5 114 2 4 4 3J 1“ J Hanover 9 Kinney, Dimitri. Am.izon 

:06%,fast 51-10 115 2 4 6 34 3*4 J HanoverlO P.ofComo, Impressive, PeterJay 

:40%good 22-6 98 1 1 1 2 4* 4®4 T Par’ton 5 Borrow, Arriet. Col. Vennie 

:12*Afast 19 104 3 1 2 2* 2k T Par’ton 12 T.o’th’M’ning, R.Bradiey, B.Bay 

98 By Ednam — Mime (G. H. Browne). 

:41%fast 9-5 100 2 1 1 1 .3* 3*A A Claver 6 Fr.Cake, Gip. George, Grumpy 

:i:i%good 2.3-5 119 2 6 6 4*® 3* A Claver 7 GiiyFortune, High.Lud, S«*dan 

:54%fast 38 114 2 2 2 2 3* 4*i M M’thcws 8 F. Cake, Nebraska. J. Wingfield 

:15 fastl7-10f 104 3 1 1 1* 1» A Claver 12 January, Spring Song, ('lass A. 

:13%fast 194 102 4 2 6 6k 6*» A Claver 11 Kalitan, Geo.C.Love. Trapping 

b. h. 7 105 By Marclunont H.— Tokalon (H. W. PUnt). 

;40%fast -11 115 12 1 3 4* 4"i W Ormes 6 Ormulu, Slipi>eryElm, Crepuscule 

:4.3%fast 33-10112 1 2 2 2 2nk 3® W Ormes 5 Adalid. Sky Pilot. Hanovia 

:48%fast 31-5115 1 1 2 3 3* 3*J M M’thews 5 Hanovia, Baby Lynch, SkyPilot 

:46'%good 38-5 110 2 1 1 1 1* 14 M M’thews 5 Greenwood, B’yLynch, Hanovia 

:41 fast 4 116 5 2 2 2 Ik 2* F Cooper 6 Lit. String, BabyLynch, B.Shop 

:40%fast 44 118 2 11 1 1*4 l®k G Moles’th 6 BeautyShop, B.Johnson, Grundy 

111 By Canomu — ^Florontia (C. J. BrookmiUer). 

44%fast 12-5 114 4 4 4 4 4= 4‘S E Haynes 6 Fr.Cake, Gip.George, Criimpsall 

13 fast 24 115 9 9 9 9 4'* E Haynes 9 Etruscan. Tiajan, Liberator 

47 good 2 116 3 4 2 1 Ik lb r Troise 4 Gr’nwood. L.String. Opp’tunity 

52 fast 7 110 2 4 4 4 3* 3*4 J Williams 5 Robt.Bradley, Aldebaran, Mosc’a 

43%fast 12 114 6 7 7 6 6k 4** J Williams 8 R.Bradiey. J.O’Dowd. W’dstone 

53 fast 8-6 HO 1 2 2 2 2* Ik E Haynes 4 Thornhill, Brynlimah, H. Temple 

50%mud 1 110 2 3 2 2 3® 3*5 W Obert 4 Brynlimah, Opp’tunity, Th’rnliill 

08%slow 10 106 3 2 2 3 3k 3®4 W Obert 14 Col. Vennie, Hanovia. Opportunity 



SIXTH RACE — 1 Mile and 70 Yards. 3-year-olds and upward. Claiming. (Oct. 28, 1916 — 1:43’%- 
— 109.) 



PETLAR, b. g. 4 

33649 Dev’shire lm70yl 
32504 Oaki’v/n 1 1 
32439 Oakl’wn 1 1-16 1 
32371 Oakl’wn lm70y 1 
32.311 Oakl’wn 1 1-16 1 
32204 Oakl’wn 1 1 
PETIT BLEU. eb. m. 
33586 Dev’shire lm70yl 
33561 Dev’shire lm20yl 
32925 Dev’shire 11-8 1: 
32834 Dev’shire lm20yl 
32617 Oakl’wn ImTOy 1 
32478 Oakl’wn 1 1-16 1 
ROSE JULIETTE, cb. 
33629 Dev’shire 11-8 1 
83586 Dev’shire ImTOyl 
32856 Dev’shire 1 1: 
32478 Oakl’wn 1 1-16 1 
82426 Oakl’wn 1 1 



105 By Collar— Petit Tor (A. C. Niebaus). 

;45%fast 12 108 8 2 2 2 24 3» R Bedell 9 St. Bird. C.Nome, Pr.PhiDthorpe 

:41%fa.st 10 110 899 9 9®9**F Cooper 10 Balgee, Ch.McFerran, Mikifula 

;47 fast 18-6 102 7 7 7 8 8 8** F Merimee 8 Joe D.. Bogart. Baby Cal 

:46 fast 4 105 8 6 4 4 3* 2*F Merimee 8 M. Roblee, Stonehenge, C. Buford 

:47%fast 5 108 5 4 3 3 34 4** W A Car’ll 6 Sansyming, Baby Cal, Gibraltar 

:41%fast 10 106 2 2 2 2 14 14 W A Car* 1111 BlackFrost, Stonehenge, Perseus 

6 106 By Masagan— EUie L. (S. Le Duke). 

:4€%fast 18 105 4 9 8 7 2k 2* W Young 10 Mud Sill, G.Counsel. Budweiser 

:43%fast 33 103 9 8 7 9 94 9*® W Young 12 BlackFrost. Day Day, Tarleton P. 

:57%fast 9-6 106 6 6 6 6 2* 3*4 6 Moles’thlO Men. Park, Fly. Feet. Nan.McDee 

:48 fairt 4 106 1 5 6 4 4* 3*4 Q Moles’ thl2s Zamloch, FrostyFace, Galaway 

:46%fast 34 107 8 8 7 6 4* 4*4 Q Moles’th 8 Bogart. Paymaster, Stonehenge 

:48%fast 20 109 132 2 2Bk2nG Moles’thlO Mud Sill. Mikifula. Plaudito 

f» 6 108 By Ouaard— Miss Jerdaa (D. B. Treeman). 

:55%fast 63 1004 6 2 2 2 6* 8*4 J Dreyer 12 Savino, Fenrock, Fleuronll. 

:46%f.ast 99-10 98 10 10 10 10 10 10** J O’Brien 10 Mud Sill. Petit Bleu, G.Counsel 
:46%fast 16-61064 Left at the post. N Taylor 12 KlngK., Prime Mover, KingBox 
:48%fast 12 102 10 7 6 4 64 €*1 O ScherrerlO Mud Sill, Petit Bleu. Mikifula 

:42%slow 3i 1(17 644 2 24 2^ B Troise 10 C.McF*nui. P’ntsgeaet, Foemaa 



THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1917, 



COMM AVBETTA. blk. m. 6 10« 

2i55l Dev’shire lm20yl:43%fast 29 lOG 3 6 9 
33399 Dorval 11:47 fast 27-5107 3 6 4 

32417 Tijuana 1 1-16 l:45^fast 10 99 4 7 8 

32399 Tijuana lm70y l:44%fast 3 107 9 7 6 

32303 Tijuana 1 l:39%fast 8 100 4 4 4 

32247 Tijuana 1 1:40 fast 4 108 7 7 7 



DAILY RACING FORM. 




110 5 5 
114 4 6 



; G 6 5 

» 8 8 9 

11 10 8 
. 11 11 9 

► 976 



32132 Tijuana 1 1-16 1:51 slow 8-5 108 2 4 3 3 

PIH MONET, ch. 6 110 

33629 Dev' shire 1 1-8 l:55^fast 99-10 106 4 9 6 5 

32926 Dev’shire 1 1-8 l:56%fast 27-10 107 6 6 6 6 

32882 Dev' shire lm20yl :46Mifast 51-10 1 10 9 8 7 6 

32660 H.deG’ce 1 1-16 l:48%fa.st 63 110 14 13 14 14 

32627 H.deG’ce lm70yl:48%slow 19 115 1 6 4 6 

32572 H.deG’ce lm70yl:48 fast 17-6 114 9 9 6 6 

MOSS FOX. br. h, 6 111 

32924 Dev’.shire 1 l:435fefast 12f 111 7 11 11 11 

328T»3 Dev’shire 3-4 l:15%fast 12 117 11 12 12 

32517 Oakl’wn lm70y l:46V^fast 40 107 2 6 8 8 

32476 Oakl’wn 1 l:40%fast 60 108 3 6 6 6 

32359 Oakl’wn lm70y l:44%fast 100 110 5 5 5 5 

32092 Oakl’wn lm70y 1:47 good 8 114 4 5 4 6 

31737 N.Orl’ns 1 1-16 l:52%hvy 9-6 115 1 1 3 2 

BILLIE BAKER, b. g, 7 110 

33122 Jamaica 1 1-16 1:50 fast 10 111 6 6 6 6 

32926 Dev’shire 1 1-8 l:56%fast 13-5110 9 8 8 9 

32835 Dev’shire lm20yl:47%fast 19 111 11 11 10 8 

82620 H.deG’ce 1 1-16 l:49%fast 28 J15 11 11 31 9 

32544 Bowie 11-16 1:52 fast 27-10112 6 9 7 6 

EARLTMOBN. ch. b. 6 113 

o.’;582 Dev’shire 3-4 l:14V^fast 10 116 12 10 10 

32905 Dev’shire 1 l:43%fast 54 109 6 4 4 3 

32857 Dev’shire lm20yl:46 fast 47 106 2 3 3 3 

31280 N.Orl’ns 1 1-16 1:54 mud 8 113 6 Fell. 

31125 N.Orl’ns 3-4 l:14%fast 7 115 4 7 6 

31043 N.Orl’ns 3-4 l:17%mud 8 112 6 6 6 

30976 N.Orl’ns 3-4 l:lS%hvy 30 111 1 11 

BEMPSILLA. cb. o. 8 110 

Dev’.shire 3-4 1:14 fa.st 11 111 9 10 10 

33456 Dufferin Ab6*f l:2616fast 1-2 117 

33372 Duflerin Ab.V8 l:02%fast 2 115 

3.3266 Dufferin Ab5-8 1 :02%fast 3-2 1 15 

33172 W’dbine 3-4 l;13\.fa.st 9f 107 6 13 11 

32905 Elev’shire 1 l:43Vifast 85 106 1 1 1 1 

FINALEE. b. m. 5 106 

3.3,586 Dev’.shire lm70yl:46%fast 25 lOT* 3 111 
32905 Dev’shire 1 l:43*6fast 43 1034 4 2 3 4 

30493 Bowie 1 1-8 1 :57%good 42-5 14‘6 6 3 2 3 

30456 Bowie 1 1-16 l:51%slow f’ Id 104 8 6 9 10 

30403 Bowie 1 1-16 l:50%fast 60 10T.4 6 4 4 4 

30347 Bowie 1 1-16 l:5.3%slow 159 106 1 3 6 6 

29913 Laurel 3-4 l:14%fast 821 106 6 8 11 

BROWN VELVET, blk. f. 4 98 

.32905 Dev’.shire 1 l:4:i'/8fa.st 14 lot 7 11 6 8 

32746 lx‘x’Kton 1 1 16 l:46%fast 23 107 3 4 6 6 

32670 Lex’ Kton lin70yl :45Vf.fast 34 111 8 6 3 7 

.30171 l.^tonia 1 1-16 l:46%fast 17 994 7 6 7 9 

.30137 I.rfitonia lm70y l;44%fast 14-5 107 8 7 6 6 

29957 Latonia lm70y l:45%fast 34-5107 11 10 10 8 

CONSOLER, b. m. 9 106 

3.34.5.S Dufferin AbOlf 1:26 fast 15 11.3 

33273 Dufferin Ab7-S 1 ;.33 fa.st 15 105 

28682 Reno lm70y l:45%fast 10 111 10 11 9 8 

L8674 Reno 1 1-16 1:49 fast 13 109 7 6 6 5 



I 11 9 8 

6 6 5 



By The Commoner— Annie Lauretta (0. Irby). 

5‘ 4*3 A Johnsonl2 Itl’ckFrost, DayDay, TarletonP. 
6* A Johnson 7 Obolus. Comuclio, Goodwood 
8 8‘* J DePois’r 8 ’Fokay. Star of Love, Pulluz 

6> S3 M M’ thews 9 Diadi. Checks, Blue Cap 
4 4*4 T Hunt 4 Miss Fannie. Deliver, Pulluz 

6| 5*4 W Kelsay 7 Guide Post. L.Cocliran, Bifrtodo 
3=4 3» J McBride G C. Brown, L. Cochran, F.Degree 

By Bryn Mawr — ^Pina and Needles (P. L. Short). 

102 10* » A Claver 12 Savino, Fenrock, Fleurou II. 

54 5*4 E Taplin 10 Zudorn, Gift. Acis 

54 3*4 B Taplin 10 (\McFcrran, Budwoiser, Crankle 

14 14‘» E Taplin 14 H. Liiuder. R.Lanjrdon, Brickley 

8* 6*4 E Taplin 9 Harry Luider, R. Meteor. Minda 

8^ 9*4 E Taplin 10 E. Baumann. Supreme, E.Kenna 

By Bed Fez n. — ^Bella Hamburg (W. C. Weant). 

11 11** A Johnsoifll Bogart, Euteri>e, Frosty Face 

12 11** G Corey 12 Rosemary, Carl Roberts, Dash 

8 7** N Barrett 8 Bogart. Paymaster, Stonehenge 

6 6** J D’minick 8 Gor. Russell, B.Shop, B.lohnson 

5*0 514 p Cooper 7 Wad. Last, Thornhill, Beau. Shop 

7* 7*i L Lykes 8 W.Crown, Handfull, M. Waters 

2* D T McTag’t 7 Handfull. Kilday, Agon 

By Gold Heels — Sanctissima (J. B. White). 

4* 2* J McTag’t 7 StarGaze, Virginia W., Siicctre 
94 7*J W Ormes 10 Zudorn, Gift, Acis 
44 3* W Ormes 12 (’h.McFerraii, Euterpe, B. Baker 
8* 6*J W MeIn rel2 Thesieres, Ed Bond, Pierrot 
34 1* T McTag’t 9 Minda, Carlton G., Supreme 
By Peep o’Day — Performance (H. W. Plant). 

12 10 '4 W Ormes 12 Acis. Violet. Bogy Johnson 

1* 1* W Ormes 12 Seinpsilla. Finalee, B’y .lohnson 

2* 2* W Ormes 8 Col.Gutelius, Hayden. A.Kniter 

W Sch’om 8 Yodeles, StolenAiite, Wli. Crown 
6* 2*4 W Sch’orn 8 Pontefract. Chad Bufonl, Garl 
6* 4*4 J Brown 11 Langhorite, Pontefract, Th’nw’d 
Ito 2* F Murphy 12 Miss Kruter. Recluse, Malheur 
By Sempronius — Clonsilla (F. Murpby). 

11*411** N Taylor 12 Colle, Fathom. Virginia W. 

18 T McCurh 8 Kyle, Reg.irds. lionise I*aul 

4*3 T MeC’ul’h 8 M. I^edi, Badl*ros|H'ct, MissJenn 
2* J Howard 10 Spirolla, ’rreowen. Frisky 

11* 1L'*» E Haynes 13 SwiftFox, AlexGetz, Val.West 
2* 2* H Hanmerl2 Earlymorn, Finalee. B.Johnson 
By McGee — The GoTomesa (E. G. Vivell). 

44 f.'4 C .Jackson 10 Mud Sill, Petit Bleu, G.ronnsel 

4‘ 3* E Smith 12 Earlymorn, Sempsilla, B.Joliiisou 

3*« 35 w Gourley 7 B. Redfield, Co’ntcrpart, Porin 
9* 7*® W GourleylG Dartworth. Penniless. Minda 
4*4 3*4 W GourleylO Fr.Jolinsoii. Minda, Y’ngEmblcm 
44 6** W GourleylO Valas, Dartworth. Hiker 

11* 8** B Kleeger 14 Costumer, BlucCap, U’miliatlon 
By Transvaal — Mary Bess (W. H. Fizer). 

8* S"4 G Moles’ thl2 Earlym<*rn, Sempsilla, Fin.alee 
7* 7** 1> C’onnellyl2 ll.llowdy W.Crown, G. Counsel 
74 7** P Lowder 10 Billows, Guide Post, BlaekFrost 

9‘® 9‘® T Ruekles 10 Lahore, Jes.l»uise. A. Lawrence 

3' 4 L’8 T Ruckles 10 Gibraltar, Trapimid, B. Simmons 

3= 1* T Ruckles 12 Mikif’la, B.S’moiis, L.W”iiigton 

By Yorkshire Lad — Clemence (W. R. Hall). 

6*4 R I^owe 0 Minstrel, Rubieon II., Muzanti 
8‘* G Corey 8 FrostyFace, Oldsmobile, Bogart 
7=4 7*4 W Ormes 11 Zamloeh, Sen<»rita Daii.a, Canto 
4nk 54J M’ thews 8 Char.McFerrau, Sen.Dana, Rash 



SEVENTH RACE — 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Claiming. (Nov. 3, 1916 — 1:30% — 3 — 102.) 



LITTLE STRING, b. b. 5 1 

S;Ji,a2 Dev’ shire 1 1 16 l:49%f.a.st 27-10 1 
3L732 Lex’gton 1 1-16 l:49%hvy 29-5 1 
32649 Lex’gton lm70yl:45%mud 13-10 1 
32514 Oakl’wn 1 1:41 fast 9-6 1 

S24S9 Oakl’wn 1 1-16 l:48%mud 11-5 1 
32470 Oakl’wn 1 1-16 1:47 good 7 1 

32424 Oakl’wn lm70y 1:45 slow 9-10 1 
CUDDLE UP. b. f. 4 ] 

32077 Del’mler Ab7 8 l:34%slop 1.3-10 1 
3;«)31 Del’mier Ab64f 1:25 fast 2J 1 

326.58 H.deG’ce 54 f 1 :07 fast 28 1 

32240 Havana 3-4 l:13*,ifast 2 
32176 Havana 54 f 1:08 good 24 
32028 Havana 54 f l:0<;%faat 34 

31882 Havana 54 f 1:07 fast 8 1 



32240 Havana 
32176 Havana 
32028 Havana 
31882 Havana 
TIAJAN, b. o, 
Dev’shire 
.•’3249 Dorval 
321*23 Dev’shire 
3300 Dt‘V’shire 
328:13 I>ev’8hire 
320S;i ’fijuana 



:i-4 1:13 fast .33 
.3 4 1:17 fast 17-1 
3-4 1:13 fast 13 
5-8 l:01%fa.st 20 
3-4 l:15%fast 36 
3-4 1:13 fast 8 



GORDON RUSSELL, b. h. 7 
3:>il8 Dev’shire 1 1 ;40*/^ifa.st 11 1 

,32!*0.3 Dev’shire lm‘20yl :43%fast 33-10 1 



r.L’jCM 


Dev’.^ihirp 


llliiOyl :48Vr.fast 


31-.^. 115 


1 


1 


2 


3 


3' 3’ 4 M 


M’tht'ws 


5 


33S12 


I)»‘v’shire 


1 l:46V5goo<l 


:{8-5 no 


'2 


1 


1 


1 


1' li M 


M’ thews 






Ua kl’wn 


1 1:41 fast 


4 116 


5 


2 


2 


2 


Ih K 


Cooper 


<; 


:{LM7«; 


1 laklwii 


1 l;40%fast 


4i 118 




1 


1 


1 


I'i ink G 


!Mole.s’th 


<; 


3241:4 


Ua kl’wn 


lm70y 1:4.'> slow 


4 llHi 


4 


4 


3 


3 


3i 3= G 


Moles’th 


1 


LADY MEXICAN, ch. m, 5 


104 










By Mexican — Ladv 




BliioMon. 


3-4 1:17 hvy 


6-5 107 


3 




6 


5 


4'i 2« L 


Lvkes 


s 


3:{104 


W’dbine 


3-4 l;l.'i%good 


24-5 lOT, 


8 




6 


6 


5= 2nk 


Lykes 13 


32721 


Lex’gtoii 


3-41:15%hvy 


12 B)9 


1 




3 


3 


3® 3-A L 


Lykc.s 


8 


30046 


Latonia 


3-4 l:14%slow 67-10 108 


7 




4 


4 


6* 6^4 L 


Lykes 


8 


299(»9 


Latonia 


3-4 1:16 hvy 


20 107 


3 




5 


4 


4'* 4=4 L 


Lykes 


fl 


29761 


Latoni.a 


3-4 l:17’%hv3) 


1 111 


5 




5 


3 


1* 1= L 


Lykes 


7 



STAR SHOOTER, cb. g, 6 



.336.30 Dov’.shire 
?:i5.52 Ilev'shire 
3:1328 Relmont 
32199 Tijuana 
S1823 Tijuana 
81684 Tijuana 
10688 Tijuana 
80658 Tijuana 
BAG. cb. g. 6 
3:»549 Dev’snire 
32626 H.deG’ce 
32578 H.deG’ce 
32445 Bowie 
31849 N.Orl’ns 
31677 N.Orl’ns 
ELLA RYAN. 
3362.-» Dev’.shire 
33.582 Dev’shlro 
33351 Dorval 
332.52 Dorval 
32861 Pimlico 
3278:1 Pimlico 
32607 H.deG’ce 
lOLITE, b. g, 
328.54 D«*v’.shlre 
32528 *)akl’wn 
32452 Oakl’wii 
32422 Oakl’wn 
32346 Oakl’wn 
80833 Tijuana 



3-4 1 
3-4 1 
3-4 1 
64 f 1 
1 1 
11 
b. f, 3 
:i-4 1: 
3-4 1; 
3-4 1: 
lm20>' 1 
1 1 : 
1 1 : 
lm70yl: 
, 4 

3-4 1 
3-4 1 
1 1 
54 f 1 

lni70y 1 
1 1-16 1: 



:4.3*4fast 27 113 I 

[:49%fast 18 105 ; 

:48%aIop 15 11‘3 ( 

*:46 fa.st 6 112 - 

1:49 good 2 116 : 

:13 fast 15 111 * 

[:46'^fast 16-5113 
;39%fast 18-5 112 
110 

1:13 fast 23 99 ! 

l:14%slow 2 119 : 

:14%fast 14 11,5 : 

L:22%fast 17-5 120 : 
[:41%fast 8 316 - 

:46%mud 20 106 

3 90 

i:1314fast 32-5 l-i.i : 
L:14%fast — 99 - 

i:16%fast 12 98 J 

l:49%fa.st 63-10 97 : 
L:43 fast 16 97 - 

L:4.5%slow 11 90 ] 

:46%fast 13-10108 : 
101 

l:1.5%fa.st 1.5f K»6 ' 
L:15 fast 15 301 I 

l:41%good 6 305 ' 

l:08%slow 8 108 1 

1:46 fast 8 105 

L:53%mud 15 96 1 









Today’s 


Ind. 


Horse. 


Wt. Rec. 


A.Wl.Han. 


.3,355.3= 


Freecutter 


...109 1:01 


112X725 


.3.35SS 


'ran lac 


..112 1:02% 


112.. 720 


33.50tl 


Nib 


. .112 1:03% 


112. .715 


.3.3192 


Bronze Eagle . . 




112. .710 


.TH74 


Happy Thought 


..109 l:a3% 


112.. 705 


3.38.58 


Parfay 


...112 1:03 


112. .705 


3.35.5.3 


King Trfivato . 


...109 1:03% 


112. .700 


33528 


John Wiggins . 


...111 1:04 


112.. 700 




Callaway, oh. 


c. 






liy Jack Atkin 


— 





Ind. 


Horse. 


Wt. Rec. 


A.Wt.Han. 


.33.520® 


Flash of Steel (M 


1100 1:41 


99X715 


.^3.527• 


I<ady Kathern ... 


98 1:43 


101X715 


.33590 


Bert Williams ... 




lOS. .715 


,33117 


Monotony 


110 1:41 


114X715 


.^3.590 


Irregular 


115 1:41% 


111X710 


3;i441 


Missouri Pride 




100X705 


33402 


Ciiiieo (M) 


10311:42% 


ldlX700 


33559 


Duchess of Lizwill 






(M) 




100 X 700 


Square 


Dealer soems the 


probaJilo winner. 



Barham Whiting 
Benefactor, b. g, 
by The Manager 
Alanarka 



Freecutter is best of those which have raced. 
Second Race— 3-4 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward. Fillies and Mares. Claiming. 
(Track record: June 27, 1914 — 1:11 — 5 — 116.) 



33527= Clare 



107 l:ir>% 



.30ir>0=® Highland Lassie ..102 1:14% 
.3.3.507= Hasty Cora 102 1:14 



(280.591 Shine . . 
33.507* May W. 



...103 1:13’% 
. .. 99 1:13 
...109 1:14% 
...107 1:16 



3 106 X 725 
3 101X720 
3 106X715 

3 106. .715 

4 117X715 
3 101X710 
3 106. .710 

3 1(H1X705 

4 117.. 705 
3 96.. 700 I 



;«193 Arrr»w 107 1:16 3 106. .710 

.T3.526 Ginger gulll (M) . .105 1:14’% 3 1 (HI X 705 

.3,3.526= Cora Line (M) ...107 1:14 4 117.. 705 

.3314.5* .Tessie C. (M) ... 3 96.. 700 

3271^ Alh*e Wei senbacli 

(M) 110 1:17% 3 106 X 7001 

33.512 Running Queen ... 98 1:14 4 119X700 1 

Also eligible to start in order named should any 
of the above be scratched; 

.30073 Ardent 101 1:13% 4 117X700 

26.535 Kentucky Girl (M) 4 117. .690 

3.36.32 Tush Tush 95*1:13% 4 117X700 

33441 Evelyn V 112 1:15% 3 106 x 705 

.33590* Matin ll!i 1:14’% 3 106x715 

32774 Kathryn Kruter (M) 105 1:16% 3 106.. 700 

33554* Margaret N 97 1:14% 4 112X710 

33283 Gretchen R 105 l:16%m 3 106X 700 

* Handsel Rose, b. f, 
by Handsel — Ar- 
den Rose 3 101 

Nothing outstanding here. 

Tbird Race— 1 Mile. 

3^year-olds. Claiming. 

(Track record: June 16. 1914— 1:37%— 4— 114.) 
83559* Square* Dealer ...108 1:41% 111X725 

83441* Adeline L. (M)... 97.. 720 



4 117X700 
4 117.. 690 
4 117X700 
3 106 X 705 
3 106X715 

3 106.. 700 

4 112X710 



i— 114.) 
111X725 
97.. 720 



FIRST RACE— 5-8 Mile* £-year-olds. Maidens. Colts and Geldings. Special Weights. (June 22, 
1910 — i>9 — 2 — 109. ) 



Indez Conrae DlstTimeT*ckOdde 1 
FREECUTTER, b. c, 2 (M) 1 

33553 Douglas 4^ f 54%mud 17-5 1 

.33405 Douglas 5-8 l:00%fast 27-101 
33014 Church’ 1 41 f 56 slow 21-51 

32996 Church’ 1 4i f 64 fast 38f 1 

32838 Church’ 1 1-2 48%fast 79-10 1 

TANLAC, b. c, 2 (M) 1 

23588 Latonia 4^ f 55 fast 22 1 

33506 Douglas 5-8 1:01 fast 61 1 

NIB, b. c. 2 (M) ] 

33T>06 Douglas 5-8 1:01 fast 36-51 

33357 Douglas 41 f 55%good47-10 1 

BRONZE EAGLE, br. c. 2 (M) 1 

33192 Douglas 41 f 55%mud 16 1 

35014 Church’ 1 4i P 56 slow 7 1 

32952 Church’ 1 4J f 64 fa.st 69-101 

32896 Church’ 1 4i f 64 fast 38f 1 

32777 Lex’gton 4i f 66*/tmud 14 1 

32688 Lex’gton 4J f 65%fast 31 1 

HAPPY THOUGHT, br. o. 2 (M) ] 
3:1474 Douglas 5-8 l:00%fast 90 1 

33116 Church’ 1 5-8 l:00%fast 165 1 

PARFAY, b. c, 2 (M) 1 

S:i6.')8 Latonia 5-8 l:02%fast 89 1 

32775 Lex’gton 5-8 l:01%fast 62 1 

32720 Lex’gton 4* f 58%hvy 52 1 

32651 Lex’gton 1-2 61%hvy 24f 1 

KING TROVATO. b. c. 2 (M) ] 

:i,^^'i3 Douglas 4i f 54%mud 34 1 

,33405 Douglas 5-8 l;00%fast 41 1 

3:i062 Church’ I 5-8 1:01 fast 19 1 

32952 Church’ 1 45 f 64 fast 26 1 

JOHN WIGGINS, br. c, 2 (M) ] 

33528 Douglas 5-8 1 :02 fast 79-10 1 

First start for the following: 
CALLAWAY, ch. c, 2 (M) 
BENEFACTOR, b. g, 2 (M) ] 



4 % % Btr Pin Jockeys Started Order of Finish 
By Free Lanoe— Cutter (G. J. Long). 

4 2* 2* D Connelly 8 Meliuffey, Angeline, Prince Igor 

2 2 1* 2»» D Conncllyll T.Forman, A. Eagle, Butch. Boy 

7 7* 5*3 D ConnellylO Recount, Kashmir, B.B.Johiison 

8 7* 6*3 D Conncllyll Escobu, Jas.T.Clark, BigEnough 

10 10* 10*1 D Connelly 14 Talmadge, B. Peddler, T. Goose 

By Toddington— Lemco (J. C. Milam). 

4 45 5*1 J Morys 8 Olymp.King. But.Boy, Ichi-Ban 

8 8 6* 5*« J Morys 8 Jns.Foster, ButcherBoy, LuckyB. 

By Ferole— Domino Whist (J, W. Schorr). 

1 4 8 7** F Murphy 8 Jas.Foster. ButcherBoy, LuckyB. 

1 !•* 3“k p Murphy 11 B.B.Jolinson, Clairvoy’t, Pastime 

By Helmet— Miss Caldwell (E. B. Bradley). 

3 4h 9** H Shilling 10 J.HareJr., B.B.J’nson, J. Foster 

5 6* 9‘* P I.a)wder 10 Recount, Kashmir, B. B.Johnson 

3 3* 4* P Lowder 8 O.Wood, J. Foster, C.A.Coniisk’y 

6 81 P Lowder 11 Escoha, Jas.T.Clark, BigEnough 

4 5* 5®3 P Lowder 7 Escoba, Herald. Korbly 

2 3«» 4=1 P Lowder 8 Escoba, Boy Blue, W. P. Dabny 

By Ben Trovato— Cappadocia (C. B. Reid). 

6 6 6 6-* K I^paille 6 V.A*rica. J.HareJr., B.B.J*nson 

7 9 9 9=® K Lapaille 9 Boiiifu(.*e, Jas.T.Clark, Herald 

By Dorante— May B. H. (8. T. Baxter). 

10 10 10® 10'* W IJlIcy 11 Ambuscade, WalterBrady, Kale 
6 4 4* 6*1 W Lillev « St. Augustine, Kling, Jas.Foster 

8 6* A Claver 10 Postmaster, At. Muir, Hasceii 

7 6»» 6*» A Claver 12 Compadre. B. Peddler, Haseeu 

By Ben ^ovato — Susan Lennox (C. C. Van Meter), 
7 8 S=* C Dishmon 8 Mehaffey, Freecutter, Angeline 

8 11 11 11** W Kelsay 11 T.Forman, F’ecutter. Am. Eagle 

6 6 6 6*® J Callahan 0 JayBird, O. Sweep, Robt.L.Owen 

6 6* 7*5 J Callahan 8 O.WcmmI, J. Foster, C.A.Comisk’y 

By Out of Reach — Fcpita (0. A. Bianchi). 

4 3 3* 4*= W Andress 5 Quartette, Kliiig, Frank Wilson 



CALLAWAY, ch. c, 2 (M) 109 By Jack Atkin — Barbara Whiting (D. W. Scott). 

BENEFACTOR, b. g, 2 (M) 109 By The Manager— Alanarka (T. C. McDowell). 

SECOND RACE — 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Fillies and Maxes. Claiming. (June 27 1914 

1:11 — 5 — 116.) “ ’ 



By McGee— Interview (W, A* McKinney). 

U 2* H liayne.s 7 Gold. Boy, Col. .Mjitt, Fenrock 

7* T* G Sch*Trer 8 Penrod. Turco, Guide I’ost 

4* 4*® R Wingf’d 6 W.’sList, Uedhiml, I.G’iitleman 

2* 1* J Hanover 6 ilor.RuKsell, B’yLyneh. B.Shop 

2* 25 J Hanover 4 Greenwood. Fizer, Fair Mac 

3* 3'3 J Hanover 4 Grumpy, Gr’nwo^, Op’ortunity 

4 4*5 J Kederis 4 Greenwood. B.Shop, Gor. Russell 

By Sir John Johnson — Miss Perigord (C. W. Otwell). 
P Knjght Gen. Pickett, Montreal. Sultana 
1* C Knight S F.Negra. I’ligabibblo, Gratitude 

4h 3*5 A Collin.s 12 Xonesuch, Blazeawa.v, Olyn G. 

2“*^ 1* A Collins 6 Immense, HailColiimbia, Owuiia 

."5 25 H WakofT 6 Sureget, Bird Man, Zali 

3*5 3*3 II WakofT 7 Borax, Bird Man, Mac 

1*5 1* H WakofT 11 I’lumose, Darkey, Flecha Ncgra 

By Solitaire II. — Oratossa (R. L. Frazier). 

7* 2'5 G S«‘h*'rrt'r 9 Etruscan. LilM^r.ator, Grumpy 

6 5**5 h' Meriineo 6 'riicMasiiueradcr. BackBay Cclto 

3*» 25 <1 Scherrer 6 Skil.Kiiob, PanZ.ireta. Etruscan 

71 713 jc i:akcr 12 Josef inaZarate. XclIioB.. Martre 

7* ir* Hakcr S P;m Zareta, Etrusc;iii, Pesky 
6=5 6* J AlcHride 7 Barsac, Pal.atablc, l ap.M’chm’ut 
By Marchmont II. — Tokalon (H. W. Plant). 

4= 4®5 W Ornos 6 Onnulii, SlippcryEIm. Crepusculc 



Greenwood, B’yLyiiHi, Jiaiiovia 



CLARE, br. f, 


3 






106 










B 


:{3.527 Douglas 




1 l:40%fast 


3-4 


108 


1 


4 


«» 


2 


•MO 


32402 Douglas 


1 


1 16 l:47*/5fa.st 41-10 106 


4 


5 


4 


4 


h 


Douglas 


lin70y 1 :47%mud 3:1-10 107 


8 


7 


6 


4 


24 


3.‘{193 Douglas 




3-4 l:l6%niud 


28-5 


107 


5 




9 


7 


6* 


32740 Lex’gton 




3-4 1:15 fast 


31 


107 


7 




7 


7 


3* 


29276 Douglas 




6i f 1:08 fast 


19 


110 


7 




6 


5 


7= 


273:10 Latonia 




H f l:08%fast 


1-2 


109 


4 




4 


3 


3«» 


27167 I.^tonia 




54 f 1:08 fast 


16-6 113 


3 




3 


3 


3«» 


HIGHLAND LASSIE, ch. f, 3 




101 










B 


30150 Latonia 




3-4 l:14%fast 


77-10 102 


6 




4 


5 


‘>h 


298:1.5 Latonia 




1 l:40%fast 


11-5 


102 


4 


2 


;; 


3 


5*2 


29762 Latonia 




64 f 1 :(»9*4hvy 


79-10 1(H) 


1 




2 


2 


•»2 


29472 Church’l 




64 f l:10V'6hvy 


43-10 104 


7 




6 


2 


14 


29276 Douglas 




64 f 1:08 fast 


11 


103 


9 




11 


11 


8* 


28X57 Kcnilw’h 




6-8 l:01%fast 


1 


1084 3 






2 


2*4 


27804 Windsor 




6-8 l:01%fast 


8 


112 


6 




4 


4 


6* 


HASTY CORA 




b. f. 3 




106 










B: 


.')3.507 Douglas 




.3 4 l:14%fast 


4 


101 


2 




1 


1 


11 


33441 Douglas 




.3-4 l;14%good3;»-10 107 


4 




2 




2'4 


33282 Douglas 




3-4 l:14%mud 53-10 106 


2 




1 


1 


64 


32788 Lex’gton 




3-4 l:15%slow 43-10102 


4 




5 


4 


4® 


327.54 Lox’gton 




3-4 1:14 fast 


11 


102 


2 




1 


1 


1'4 


32722 Lox’gton 




3-4 1:16 hvy 


47 


100411 




7 


6 


6* 


52526 Oakl’wn 




64 f l:08%fast 


24 


100 


2 




1 


1 


1= 


324S8 Oakl’wn 




3-4 l:16%mud 


12 


97 


7 




2 


2 


2h 


MAB. br. f. 


3 






106 










B 


3,3441 Douglas 




.3-4 1 :14%good 6 


Urs 


8 




6 


7 


44 


3:1282 Douglas 




;i-4 l;ll%mu<l 


33 


105 


7 




6 


9 


9 


32866 Chureh’l 




3-4 l:15%fast 29-10 104 


8 




7 


7 


7* 


32412 Tijuana 




3-4 1:13 fast 


6 


103 


6 




3 


3 


2h 


32362 Tijuana 




.3-4 1:14 fa.st 


11-6 107 


1 




2 


1 


Ih 



By Bannockburn— Augusta Victoria (8. K. Hngbea). 

2 ’J*® 2h H Shilling 7 Kenw.ird, S. Gatewood. L.Katli’n 
4 25 2*> H Shilling 6 S.Dealer, Kingfisher, S.Gatew’d 



Cruces, Kingfisher 



2* F Cooper 6 Hot Toddy, Katalidin, Milbrey 



32182 Tijuana 
31446 Juarez 
SHINE, b. f. 4 
2SU59 H’thorne 
27919 H’thornc 
276:U Ijutoni.'i 
‘27508 I.,atonia 
27401 Latonia 
27223 I .atoll ia 
27142 Litonia 



55 f l:09*f,slow 3 107 6 

55 f l:06%fast 4-6 98 1 

117 

.3-4 1.14 good 45 P'35 I 

3-4 l;16r:,nuid 2 100 6 

3-4 1:12%fast 44-5 99 2 
1 l::i8%fast 29 103 1 1 

.3-4 1:13 fast 11 99 4 

3-4 l:i:i%fa.st 18 98 1 

3-4 1:16 slow 41 98 7 



Irregular, Limleiithal, May ^V. 
Milbmy, Lady Kathern, Mab 
FiizzyWuzzy. Brizz, SafetvFirst 



By Meelick — Dona Hamilton (J. Livingston). 

7 45 43 R Goose 12 Milbrey, LadyKathern, Ilns.Cor.a 

9 9 9‘® V Stevens 9 FiizzyWuzzy, Brizz. SafetyFirst 

7 7* 7®i F Ctevens 9 James G., B.Hampson, MayStar 

3 2h 2= F Steven.s 7 M. Bacon, Waremore. P.dcriCon 

1 Ih 3=1 V Stevcn.s 9 Sat.Bcllo, P. de L*oii, Dorn. Park 

3 2»* 3*» F Stevens 7 Waremore, Sat. Belle, L;idyI>*ona 

1 1* 1* R Troise 5 Hondo, Deckhand, English Ludy 

By Mizzen — Sparkle Esher (M. Shields). 



1 1= 1* R Guy 7 liilN'rator. Borax. Royal Tea 

1 25 2* W Hoag 7 Alex (Jetz. .lerry, Bliiek Beauty 

2 2* 32 K Graves 7 Pn.Hart. Ilawtiiorii. JaiieStrailh 

2 65 6"i E Ctraves 7 Votary. Iluffaker. King Gorin 

1 1* 1* E Graves l.'J Altamalia. Blaeklteaiitv, Martre 

2 2* 2'5 O Gentry 13 J. Welch. IPM.kor Rill. Jungle 

8 5* 4* G Scherrer 8 N’leman, Ha’penny, C.iuiD’very 

By Ben Trovato — Belle of Mayfield (F. D. Weir). 

2 3'5 K Murphy 12 Irregular, IlastyCora, Liudenthul 

1 3^ 3® E Murphy 12 Iniinense. Matin, Clare 

2 65 5**5 E Juily 9 Othello, Droll, Lucky R. 

1 ]= 1' E Judy 12 Sister Susie, Billows. B. Beauty 

6 6= 6** R Sorrell 9 Peter Jay, Wilhite, Sister Susie 

6 6* 6'® M Buxton 7 Lucile P,, Buckner, Perseus 

3 7® 7"3 M Buxton 8 K’bclka’p, Perseus, B’ue’ba’ock 

By Sir Huon — Foursome (G. J. Long). 

8 7- 7" D (’onnellyl2 Immense. M.'itiii, May W. 



MAY W.. br. f, 3 



.'{3.507 Dougla.s 
3.’{193 Dougla.s 
3,3146 Chun h’l 
33013 (’hut eh’ 1 
32928 Church’ I 
30074 Litonia 
30047 Latonia 



3-4 l:14%fa.st 47 lOm I 
3-4 1 :16%mud 37-10 107 3 
3-1 l:l.‘{%fast 16 96 2 

3 4 l:1.5%sIow 31 98 2 

3-4 1:13 fa.st 78 109 8 

1 1 :41%fast 27-5 107 6 
65 f l:09%slow 23-5 106 2 
3 (M) 106 



By Star Shoot — Olga Nethersole (Nevada Stock 
Farm). 

45 :{=|5 W Mcln’re S ('ol. Malt. .Lm* I>., Parr 
t* 6-’ii W Ormes 7 Gidil. Boy. Lit. String, ('oLMatt 
8 8=» A Pickens 8 Piillux, Brynliniali. Sasin 

6 6=- J McBride (5 Piillux, Star of Live, C. Tower 

35 3-’i R Troxler 7 Sasin, Bigtodo, Virile 
7® 6* R Troxler 8 Barsac, Conning Tower, Deliver 
3 2= A Pickens 3 Dorothy Dean, Star of Love 

3* 1“ W J O’B’n 4 Dorothy Dean, Rodland, Deliver 
By Cunard — Bandello (G. B. Wagnon). 

35 R l.olton 9 Etrus<*an. Tiajan. l.ilH‘rator 
4*5 4-’l J Butvvcll 7 Prohibition. Favmir, K. Baggot 
1* 1= J Butwell 0 Prohibi’n, Ting-a-Ling, C. Bridge 
5nw 9*4 J Butwell 11 Korfhage, Dolina, Repton 
95 8** C F’b’therll J. Reeves, AI. Kruter, Talebearer 
6 6*= W Obert 6 Pleasurevillo, Matin, Uendron 

By Ogden — Auvergne (W. Durnan). 

4'5 31 E MerimeelO Aristobulus, Verde, Old Harry 
9* E AIerimeel2 Acis, Violet, Bogy Johnson 

12 10 '« E Aleriineel2 Poppoo, Mieo Girl, Roy. Interest 
2= 4* F Ale.rimee (1 Dartworth, Zamloeh, B’ySistcr 
5= 6®1 E Mtriinee 8 Kelio, Plumose, Cannonade 
8* 8*= B Koji’m’nlO Sandhill, Infidel II., llu’iliation 
3* 3'*i F Rob’son 5 ElRey, I’oughkocpsic, O.&Ends 
By Broomstick — Iota (W. C. Weant). 

11* 10*4 G Corey 12 Sybil, Iscligabibble, B’ebannoek 
5= 3* H Steams 8 Arch Plotter, A. Kruter, Recluse 
4* 5*5 G Moles’ th 9 Bogart, Ella Ryan, Balgee 
7* 4* J Kederis 10 Moller, Garl, Lady Alildred 
4* 4* C Tudor 8 Tactless, Rose Juliette, KingK. 
4* 4== G Scherrer 5 Slippery Elm, Sasin, S. of Love 



:i3i:i:{ Dougi.ns 


3-4 l:16*f,mud 


53 


107 


10 




0 


8 


7= 


.33013 Church'! 


3 4 l:15%.slow 


50 


99412 




8 


8 


9= 


,32892 Church’l 


3-4 l:14%fast 


17 


107 


3 




3 


4 


6‘i 


29S16 Latonia 


64 f l:07%fast 


10 


110 


1 




1 


1 


2'J 


29774 Latonia 


64 f l:0S%fast 


29-5 1 10 


5 




4 


4 


4*' 


294.^5 Chureh’l 


64 f l:09%inud 


19 


110 


9 




10 


5 


74 


29332 Douglas 


64 f l;07%fast 


25 


109 


3 




3 


4 


4= 


GINGER QUILL, ch, f, 3 (M) 




106 










] 


::.‘{,526 Douglas 


3-1 LKJ'V.fa.st 


.33 


lor, 


3 




2 


0 


44 


'28068 H’thome 


54 f 1:09 good 


12 


1014 8 




9 


10 


9= 


27807 H’thorne 


5-8 1:02 fast 


6 


101 


7 




7 


8 


8* 


27603 I^toiiia 


5-8 l:01%faat 


4 


110 


14 




13 


13 


14 


'270;i8 Ijatoiiia 


44 f 67%mud 61-10102 


2 






3 


34 


26932 I^atonia 


44 f 55 fast 


12 


105 


1 






1 


34 


26783 Douglas 


5-8 1 :02%good 


26 


107 


1 




8 


6 


6* 


26.590 Douglas 


6-8 l:01%fast 


66 


112 


3 




2 


2 


34 


CORA LANE. 


br. f. 4 (M) 




117 










: 


:i:{626 Douglas 


:;-4 l:l.‘{%fa.st 


21 


107 


4 




3 


3 


Ch 


3.32.58 Douglas 


54 f 1 :06%fast 


40f 


114 12 




12 


9 


9* 


32789 Lex’gton 


3-4 1:16 slow 


272 


109 


Left at 


the PC 


32690 Ijcx’gton 


1 1-16 l:46%fast 


90 


109 


1 


6 


8 


9 


10 


S24S6 Oakl’wn 


54 f 1:08 mud 


40 


1021 4 




5 


6 


6* 


12435 Oakl’wn 


3^ l:15%fast 


16 


109 


4 




2 


1 


14 


JESSIE C., ch. 


. f. 3 (M) 




96 










] 


:::{146 church’l 


lni70y l:46%fa.st 


10 


106 


8 


4 


0 


5 


8 


3:{016 Chun h’l 


11:43 slow 47-10 102 


4 


3 


5 


6 


6 


26278 Church’l 


6-.S 1:02 slow 


18 


109 


6 




6 


6 


44 


25934 Lex’ ton 


44 f 5S%hvy 


39 


103 


1 






6 


6° 



Latonia Entries and Past Performances for Thursday, June 14. 

WEATHEK CLEAS. TEACE FAST. 

Racing starts at 2:30 p. m. (Chicago time, 2:30.) * 

xRuns well in mud. 0Siiiierior mud ruuuer. Ind. Horse. Wt. Rec. A, 

(M) maidens. *Apprtntice allowance. .33.VJ6® Flash of Steel (M)IOO 1:41 

First Race— 5-8 Mile. 3,3.527® I.ady Kathern 98 1:43 

2-year-old.s. .Maidens. Special Weights. .33.»90 Rert Williams 

(’oils and Geldings. 33117 Monotony 110 1:41 

(Track record: June 22, 1910 — 59 — 2 — 109.) .^^>90 Irregular 11.5 1:41% 



Fourth Race — 3-4 Mile. 

Batavia Purse. 

3-year-olds. Fillies. Allowances. 

(Track record: June 27, 1914 — 1:11 — 5 — 116.) 
32989 BEDTIME 

STORIES 100 1:13*% 108X72.-| 

33589^ Queen Errant ....102 1:12% 105. .71.’» 

30136 Aliladi Anne 109 105x710 

.33445 Rosewood 107 1:16 105.. 705 

33445 Sard 112 1:19% 105.. 700 

32989 Sunflash 109 1:13% 105 X 700 

Bedtime Stories seems much the best. 

Fifth Race— 1 Milo 70 Yards. 

Ivorydale Handicap. 

3-year-olds and upward. 

Track record: Oct. 27, 1911—1:42—3—99*%.) 

(33558) Opportunity 108 1:43% 3 108®7.->0 

3:i591 Water Witch lai 1:44% 5 98x745 

33.5.58= Prince Hermis 112 1:43% 7 1040745 

33634 Jane Straith 102 1:42% 4 102 X 740 

330f;5 Dr. Samuel 104 1:44% 6 102 x 725 

33473* Capt. Rees 102 1:42% 4 109. .735 

Opportunity is a fust and game colt. 

Sixth Race— 5-8 Mile. 

2-year-olds. Allowances. 

(Track record: June 22, 1910 — 59 — 2 — 109.) 



ALICE WEISENBACH, b. f, 3 (M) 1 

;{2788 Lex’gton 3-4 1 :15%slow 231 

32661 Lex’ gton 3-4 l:15%good Ilf 1 

30072 Latonia 55 f l:08%fa.st 12 J 

29996 Latonia 6-8 l:06%hvy 53 1 

29956 Latonia 55 f l:08%fast 81 1 

27626 Latonia 5i f l:08%fast f’ld 1 

27503 I^atonia 5-8 l:01%fast f’ld 1 

27413 I.atonla 55 f l:08%fast 42 1 

RUNNING QUEEN, b. f. 4 1 

33.512 DougIa.s 1 1-16 l;47'%fast 40 1 

:i328:i Douglas 3-4 l:14‘%rniuJ 81 10 1 
3.‘{2.34 Douglas 3-4 1:15 good 21 j 

:«013 (’hiirch’l .I 4 1 :15%slow Ilf 1 

32898 Church’l 1 1-16 l:4S%fast 97-10 1 



106 

99* 7 6 

110 6 5 

110 8 9 

109 12 11 

110 6 7 

109 7 6 

no 8 4 

112 4 6 

119 

102 5 11 



32789 l^x’gton 
32742 Lex’gton 
32710 Lex’gton 



3-4 1:16 slow 14-51 
3-4 1:14 fast 20 1 

3-4 l:14%fast 5i 1 



4* 3® D Conn’llyl2 I,. Kathern, BluePhim, BelI(!ow 
7J 5'| H H P’lipsIS K’lH'lkamp, L.K’hcrn, B.H’pson 
4= 4*= D Conn’lly 6 S’nbonnct, .TVkstraw, S.Wcllona 
By Star Shoot — Lacrimae (C. E. Hamilton). 

45 4'* J Alorys 12 BertWilliams. ('.L’liie, C’yCourt 
9= 1()=* C VanDu’nlO Milbrey, Burbank. Deckhand 
8* 8=® C VanDu’n 9 Joeiilar, Oakwoml Boy, Bessanta 
14 14=* E Martin 14 C. Dwyer, P. o’Dawii. Immense 



By Norbone— Miss Betty (R. Gatewood). 

‘ 2= <’ Tudor 12 B. Williams, C. Court, Gin. Quill 
6*5 C Tudor 12 Squeeler, Opiielia W., John Jr. 



By Peep o’Day — Carlotta C. (J. S. Hawkins). 

8='* F Murphy 8 Saf.First, So.liatewooil, Fi.Fair 
6=* B Kleeger 7 D.H’lwrt. B.H’pson. W.II.P’rce 



By Eyebrow — Trisauce (S. Weisenbacb). 

6 55 5** R Bolton 8 Brizz. Sister Susie, Buck Shot 

8 8= 8*= J Hanover 13 Irregular. County Court, -Avis 

10 9* J Hanoverll Taxi, Pollyanna, May Star 

8 6* 4=J J H.anoverl2 Alert, Quin, Velvet 

7 72 7** W Hoag 10 M. Anne. Lightfoot, Snowdrift 

8 8* 7*1 E Martin 12 O’kwoodBoy, AI.Finlen. B.Lissie 

5 6J 7*i R Goose 14 C.Dwyer, P. o’Dawn, Immense 

6 4= 4= F Cooper 9 Kagiira, S. Gatewood, B. Lassie 

By Jim Gaffney — Rebel Queon (W. Steuve). 

4 55 '.'3 R Wingf’d 6 WatcrppMif, SiiiiMaid, Mnrga.E. 

3 8* 8*® R Wingf’d 9 Palatable. BlueCap. Coun. Court 

2 2*> f»'i E Martin 11 Droll, Martre, Lindly 

11 10- 9=® W Kelsaj' 12 May W.. Sister Susie, Billows 

6 €*5 6'® P Ixiwder 8 FairOrient, Gleipner, JohnUiirie 

1 25 25 P Lowder 9 Blue (’ap. Wat, Cruces 

3 35 2*> P I.a)wder 12 Martre, Douglass S.. Joe D. 



I Lex’gton 3-4 l:14%fast 6i 109 5 S 11 10* 10‘» R Goose 13 Black Frost, S.Ueart, P.Grimm 
THIRD RACE— 1 Mile. S-ycar-olds. Claiming. (June 15 ,1914— 1:37%— 4— 114.) 



SQUARE DEALER, cb. g. 3 111 

.3:{.5.'>9 Douglas lm70y 1 :16%mud 59-10 106 5 

3.'?402 Douglas 1 1-16 l:47*%fa.st 17-20 105 1 

3.*{255 Douglas lm70y l:44%fast 35 110 1 

3,3117 Church’ 1 1 1-16 l:47%fast 83-10 J08 6 

32843 Church’l 1 1:41 fast 8 108 1 

32766 Lex’gton 3-4 1:13 fast 43 108 9 

32689 Lex’gton lm7()yl :46%fast 97-10 108 2 
ADELINE L.. cb. f. 3 (M) 97 

33441 Douglas 3-4 l:14%good 13f 103 3 

27427 Tijuana 5-8 1 :01%fast 20 106 6 

27310 Tijuana 6-8 l:02%fast 1-5 m 8 

27154 Tijuana 6-8 l:01%fast 7 110 4 

270.58 Tijuana 6-8 1 :02 fast 8 105 3 

26953 Tijuana 5-8 l:02*%fast 9 106 7 

26797 Tijuana 5-8 l:01%fast 15 112 8 

FLASH OF STEEL, ch. g. 3 (M) 89 

3.’{526 Douglas 3-4 1.13%fast 3 1065 5 

33470 Douglas 1 1 :40%fast 79-10 106 2 

33254 Douglas 1 l:40%fast 17-201064 7 

32842 Church’l 3-4 l:14%fast 75 1005 6 

30166 Latonia 3-4 l:13%fast 38-5112 8 

30099 Latonia 55 f 1:09 good49-10112 5 

LADY KATHERN, b. f. 3 101 



By Marathon — Senora Maria (W H. Baker). 



3'5 •*»* R Goo.se 
lu lb R c;oosc 
25 *2'5 R Goose 
24 2'- R Goo.se 
3* 3= R Goose 
10 10** R Goose 
5 6*® R Goose 



8 Alert, Alfadir. Margaret E. 
f{ Clare. Kingfisher. S. Gatewood 
5 DoiiglassS., Penrod. Kenwanl 
8 Dad.Holbcrt, DouglassS., Alert 
11 Monotony. Geo.(\Love, Grundy 
10 Redan. Peter Jay, Trevisco 
5 Penrod, Alert. Bon Hampson 



3-4 l:14%good 13f 


103 


3 


7 


8 


5h 


r»'j J 


Gruber 


12 


5-8 1 :01%fast 


20 


106 


6 


6 


4 


41 


6«i w 


Ormes 


G 


6-8 l:02%fast 


1-5 


108 


8 


4 


4 


2* 


2*4 E 


Pool 


6 


6-8 l:01*%fast 


7 


110 


4 


4 


4 


4* 


3 = J 


Boland 


7 


6-8 1 :02 fast 


8 


105 


3 


3 


3 


3= 


3*2 E 


Smith 


9 


5-8 l:02*%fast 


9 


106 


7 


5 


3 


2b 


3* E 


Smith 


K 


6-8 l:01%fast 


15 


112 


8 


9 


9 


9* 


9*= D 


Boland 10 



33527 Douglas 
33441 Douglas 
32419 Tijuana 
32362 Tijuana 
32245 Tijuana 



1 l:40%fast 81-10107 6 
3-4 l:14%good 52 110 6 

1 l:40%fast 10 98 10] 

3-4 1:14 fast 7 111 7 

3-4 l:13%fast 7-6 110 7 



0 32054 Tijuana lm70y l:45%fast 15 



31885 Tijuana 3-4 l:20%hvj 

31707 Tijuana 3-4 l:14%fas 

BERT WILLIAMS, cb. g, 3 



3-4 l:20%hvy 6 102 7 

3-4 l:14%fast 31 105 7 



,^3r.93= B. B. Johnson ...11.5 1:01*% llL»X72.’i 

33.5.57 Big Enough 110 1:0*2 109.. 720 

32828= Panette 100..715 

32896 Postmaster 109X70.5 

33.588 Azalea (M) 106 1:02% 103.. 700 

B. B. Johnson has been racing urell. 

Seventh Race — 1 1-16 Miles. 

3-year-old.s and upward. Claiming. 

(Track record: Oct. 7, 1916— 1:43%— 3— 122.) 

3355.5» Miss Fannie 107 1:46% 5 107 X 725 

(335.59)* Alert 103 1:48% 3 93X720 

33180 Julia L 106 l:.51%li 4 107X715 

3.3.511= Zim Ill 1:46 8 109x715 

33475 Intoue 109 1:47% 5 112X715 

332.59* Valor 3 100.. 710 

33555 Ply Home 106 1:45% 5 109x710 

33323* Penrod 104 1:47% 3 04X710 

33594* Marjorie D 100 1:47% 5 98 x 705 

83512 Irish Gentleman. . .114 1:46% 9 112X700 

Closely matched bones here. 



33.590 Latonia 
33526 Douglas 
33283 Douglas 
33112 Church’l 
32929 Church’l 
32866 Church’l 
25794 Lex* ton 



3-4 1:14 fast 7-5 107 3 
3-4 l:13%fast 71-10109 1 
3-4 l:14%mud 43 107 1 

3-4 1:14 fast 13 97 3 

3-4 l:14%fast 13 108 1 

3-4 l:15%fast 17 104* 7 

1-2 60%mud 26-5 112 10 



MONOTONY, b. c. 3 114 

S,-*!!? Church’l 1 1-16 l:47%fast 38-5114 1 
32992 Church’l 1 1-16 l:48%fast 13 104 3 

32919 Church’l 11-8 1:53 fast 23-5107 3 
32843 Church’l 11:41 fast 44-5110 6 
32776 Lex’gton 1 1-16 l:46%fast 22-6107 6 
32744 Lex’^on lm70yl :42%fast 117 S7 4 
29617 Church’l 1 1:40 fast 25 106 4 

29531 Church’l 3-4 l:13%fast 17 1011 f 

IRREGULAR, br. c. 8 114 

33590 Latonia 3-4 1:14 fast 11 112 8 

33507 Douglas 3-4 l:14%fast 26-Sf 111 6 
33283 Douglas 3-4 l:14%mud 14 111 7 

32953 (Riurch’l 1 1-16 l:48%east 99-10 96 7 
82918 Church’l ImTOy l:45%fast 61 110 1 

82843 Church’l 11:41 fast 16 116 2 

82766 lAZ’gtoa 8-4 102 fast 86 lU 12 



By Ballot— Nigella (Pastime Stable). 

5 5* 5'i D Connollyl2 BertWilliams, C.Ijjihc, C’yCourt 

3 3*> 3‘ D Connelly 8 B. Voter, Waterblue, D. Dream 

3 4i 4®i D Connelly 8 D<*s.Day, Waterblue, Day Dream 

4 3* 2* N Barrett 9 Sedan, Trevisco, lUaise 
8 6i 6=1 D Conn’lly 11 Fixer, Snowdrift. Pluto 

8 5* 5=1 D Conn’lly 11 R. H. Anderson, Schedule, Fixer 

By Marathon — Aimee C. (J. L. Paul). 

3 3i 4*» W Lilley 7 Kenwurd, Clare, Soph. Gatewood 

3 3* 2J W I.illoy 12 Milbrey, Hasty Cora, Mab 

10 10 10*= W Brazcl 10 Aug. Heinze, Striker, LastSpark 
7 8= 9‘® W Lilley 9 Sat. Belle, Ponce de Leon, Mnb 

6 4‘* 4*= W Lilley 7 Cruces, Ponce de Leon, Matches 

1 6* 6** S McGraw 7 Hasin, Olga Star, Bigtodo 

4 6*® 6*= S McGraw 7 Minnow, Chief Brown, Cruces 

4 4] 44 W Lilley 11 Sy.Boy, RedCircle, BcauLGirl 

By Nasturtium — ^Precocious (W. Perkins). 

1 4* 4=i F Murphy 9 J. Rufus, Pilseii, Matin 

1 1= 1= W Kelsay 12 CoraLane, Cou’yCourt, Gin.Qiiill 

7 7* 7®i J Hanover 9 Palatable, BlueCap. Coun.Court* 

9 9* 9** P Judy 15 Primero, Lingtal, Tru.sty 

1 5*» 6*1 J Hanover 10 Palatable, James G., Trusty 

3 51 4=1 P Murphy 9 James G., B.Hampson, MaySUr 
10 10 10** M Gamer 10 Berlin. Guy Fortune, Sleeper 

By Ogden — Tenotomy (J. H. Baker). 

5 6= 6** C Dishmon 8 Da.Holbert. S.Dealer, DouglassS. 

4 3* 3*4 F Murphy 7 Intone, J.Wakely, Fascinating 

2 4i 5=4 D Connelly 6 Turco, Solid Rock. Olga Star 

6 2| 1* D Conncllyll Geo.C.Love, Squ.Dealcr. Grundy 

3 3* 2= D Connelly 5 D’glass S., Jocular, B.Hampsmi 

7 7 7*= R Wingf’d 7 LadyRotha. Tokay, Kalitan 

6 6 6** H Shillhig 5 Midway. Cudgel. 811 Oilaey 

6 6* 6*1 H H P’lips 6 S.Gilsey. Langaen. Opp<wtonlty 

By Hastings — ^Annilda (T. P. Hnjes). 

7 Q 5=1 W W T’lor « J. Rufus, Pilsen, Matin 

4 4* Ih W W T*lorl2 Hasty Com, Lindentbnl, Msy W. 

6 6sk 4*1 w W T*lor 9 Palatable, BlueCap, Cona.C<Hirt 

7 7 5** J Callahan 7 Gleipner, Ir.Gentleman, Billows • 

3 4« 4=1 W W 'Tlor 7 Omndy, Geo. C. Love. Alert 

6 7* 6*1 W W T* lor 11 Monotony, 0«o.O.Love, 8.Dc«ler 

12 1b (ti w W riorlO Sedan, Peter Jay. IkevlMe 



V 



TTAILY IKACING FOKM. 



THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1917. 



DE. ch. f. 8 




106 








3^ l:14%good 


13f 


108 


9 




11 


55 f 1:08 fast 


10 


110 


4 




7 


55 f 1:13 hvy 


6 


110 


8 




6 


55 f l:18%hvy 


20 


105 


5 




7 


55 f l:12%slop 


6 


105 


3 




4 


3-4 l :lS%hvy 


25 


lOS 


2 




4 


S (M) 




IM 








[ 1-16 l:47*ifast 


66 


100 


5 


4 


0 


m70y l:47%mud 


29 


104 


6 


8 


9 


1 l:44%good 


4 


106 


.3 


3 


2 


1 l:45%hvy 


6 


97 


9 


12 


12 



33441 Dou{?las 
315272 Tijuana 
S2158 Tijuana 
31043 Tijuana 
31863 Tijuana 
31796 Tijuana 
CTTNEO, oh. g, 

33402 Douglas 
33321 Douglas 
31663 N.Orl’ns 
31622 N.Orl’ns 

31525 N.Orl’ns CJ f 1:15 hvy 3i 106 
31271 N.Orl’ns 1 l:50%hvy 18-5 88 4 
r.l318 N.Orl’ns 1 l:495W;hvy 6 105 6 

31218 N.Orl’ns 1 l:41%fast 12 lo3J 8 
DUCHESS OF LIZWILL, ch. f. 3(M) 106 
3:2>r»9 Douglas lin70y 1 :4«>%mu«l 73 102 2 

3:^321 Douglas lm70v 1 ;47*'V.mu<l 19 102 3 

:.3i:.l <'!hur« h i 1 1-8 1-..55 fast 162 100 1 
23017 ('hurch’l lin70v l:4r.\slow 118 lo8 1 
28857 Ki nllw’h 5-8 1 :01%fast 54 lo3 5 
2WU»3 Wiml.sor 5-8 l:01%fast f’hl hl9 6 
28509 Windsor 5i f l:08%fast 99 104 12 

27992 Windsor 5-8 l:01%fast 61 105 6 

27870 Windsor 61 f 1:07 fast 105 100 6 



By Waldo or Tho Friar — Sno Smith (H« Field). 

10*J E Martin 12 Milbrey, IxulyKathern, Has.Cora 

8»* B Martin 12 GladysIAin, Eng.Dady, RosellU 

6‘i 5* E Martin 8 Hurry 1)., Treowon, Meegone 

4^ 3= J McBride 9 L. L<?ona, Positano, Jurisdiction 

6* E Martin 6 ('onowiiigo, L’dyLeona, Sat. Belle 

4i 3^* C Taylor 5 Dom.Park, L.Leona, GladyslAm 

By Magneto— Crip (A. B. Gordon). 

6 6®i X Barrett 6 Square Dealer. Clare, Kingfisher 

P I>owder 10 Kilkenny. Clare, Cruces 
45 6'*^ P L^owder 8 Dan, Fleuron II., Miss Represent 
10‘ 10'* P I..o\vder 13 Maynie W., Plaudito. BriauBoru 

2 2 25 3*3 F Murphy 11 May Star, Dan, Miss Represent 

3 3 2»» 2** H Jeffcott 7 Stelcliff, Hops, Disturber 

3 3 2* 2»k P I.K)wder 7 Tioga, Haudiemar, HI Savin 

6 5 4* 4^ F Murphy 9 East.dreetiiigs, Balgee, Stelcliff 

By Radford— Miss Matthews (P. J. MUes). 

6 7 7* 7'® X P.arrett S .Mert. Alfadir, Sipiare De.iler 

; 8 8 9- 9*3 A ('luver 10 Kilkenny, Clare. Cnices 

t 4 6 7* 7‘* A (Maver 8 Prince.S., Ir.tlentlem’n, tJ.Couns’l 

► 5 5 6 5** (' l>ishnion ii Cudgel, Opportunity, Diamond 

8 85 6^3 H Stearns 11 Mah. lligli. Bittersweet 

10 8 7* 5* H Stearns 12 (irapldc. .1. Rufus, Otsego 

11 11 9» 9“ H Stearns 12 Cold Bond, Mab, Honey Shuck 

6 6 6* 4*' C Dishmon tl Conowingo, K’gflsher, L. Wonder 

4 6 6 6** J Callahan 6 SolCilsey, Frigerio, YellowSally 



FOURTH RACE— 3-4 Mile. 
—.'►-116.) 

BEDTIME STORIES, ch. f. 3 



312)S9 ('hun-h’l 


2-4 l:i:t fa.st 51-10 lo7 


.3 


0 


2 


.3‘2lH(» (’hun h’l 


3-4 l:i:{%fjust 


14-5 


110 


.3 


2 


2 


32721 Ij<.‘x’gton 


,3-4 l:15%hvy 


14-5 


101 


2 


2 


2 


326‘I5 lj«;x’gton 


3-4 l:14%slow 11 10 109 


6 


2 


3 


322:;r, Oakl’wn 


.3-4 1:14 good 


2 


105 


2 


i 


1 


321‘.».'{ Uukl’wn 


3-4 l:12®ifast 


6 


luo 


2 


3 


2 


32103 Oakl’wn 


Z 4 l:14%fast 


2-7 


98 


1 


2 


1 


31892 N.Orrns 


3-4 l:13%slow 


4 


99 


5 


•> 


3 


QUEEN ERRANT, hr. f. 3 




105 








,3.3589 iiatoniii 


.3-4 l:ll%fast 


IS 


102 


.3 


2 


4 


::::47l Douglas 


::-4 1 ;i:{%fast 


3:i 


101 


4 


5 


6 


3:;lso Douglas 


3 4 l:12%fa.st 


66 


105 


C 


G 


7 


3291G (’hun h’l 


3 4 l:13’%fast 


35 


no 


6 


7 


5 


19816 Latonia 


5* f l:07®^fast 


17-10 110 


3 


3 


3 


29615 (’hurch’l 


5-8 1 :01 fa.st 


23-5 


115 


8 


8 


7 


29:189 (’hun h’l 


5-8 l;01%fast 


71-10 112 


3 


4 


3 


28294 .Saratoga 


55 f l:07%fast 


55 


104 14 


12 


16 


MILADI ANNE, 


ch. f. 3 




105 








l.atoni:L 


.’{-4 l:13%fast 


93 


1<(9 


8 


10 


10 


:,Mi:.0 I.at«>nia 


5*. f l:08%slow 


19 


111 


7 


S 


8 


L99.3«; l.atonia 


5i f 1 :0S-;jifast 


29-10 110 


1 


1 


1 


2*(8(i:J Latonia • 


5i f 1 ;0S fa.st 


13 


109 


4 


4 


rj 


2*.*.vi6 L:itonia 


5i f 1 :07%fast 


77-10 


no 


4 


2 


2 


1-9615 Chnn h’l 


5-S 1 :01 fast 


76 


no 


5 


4 


5 


295‘jy (’hnn h i 


6i f 1 :07*/ofast 


75 


102 


7 


7 


7 


ROSEWOOD, ch. f. 3 




105 








:t::tl5 Douglas 


3 4 l:13%good 


74 


112 


G 


4 


5 


;>2i 10 L« \’gt..n 


3 4 1:15 fa.st 


7A 


1"7 


1 


3 


5 


.'!2708 liOX’gton 


1 l:40%fa.st 


69 


117 


2 


2 .3 


5 


3264.*> l.<‘x’gt<»n 


.3 4 l:14®Aslow 


77 


lo9 


7 


7 


7 


2:»ol:i I.4*x'gttui 


f l:07%fast 


31 


106 


1 


0 


4 


2S294 ,Sarat«»ga 


5 A f 1 :07’4r,fast 


») 


107 12 


5 


7 


2722.'i La Ilia 


5-8 l;00'4.fast 


3i 


10:1 


7 


3 


2 


2712:*> Latonia 


5-8 l:05®ohvy 


16 


107 


3 


2 


5 


SARD. b. f. 3 






105 








.3:;4I5 Dougla.s 


3-4 l:1.3%,good 


16 


112 


7 


7 


7 


26022 Ij<‘X’ton 


5-8 l:01%iast 


7-5 


109 


2 


2 


1 


SU NFL ASH. ch. 


f. 3 




105 








.329.89 (’hun h’l 


4 1:13 fast 


50 


1<»6 


4 


4 


4 


;:'21(p’. (’liun h’I 


4 i;i:{%fa.st 


4:;-5 


no 




4 


3 


:kiiI33 Latonia 


3-4 l:i::-’ofa.st 


12-5 Kr9 


5 


,3 


.3 


29SOI I.Mtonia 


5‘. fl:07 fa.st 


23-5 


lOS 


6 


6 


3 


29529 (’Inin h l 


.5A f l;07*>t,fast 


12-5 


los 


1 


3 


2 


29292 (.’hurch 1 


5t f 1 :06%fa.st 


17 


108 


•» 


2 


2 



Batavia Purse. 3-year-olds. Fillies. Allowances. (.lune 27, 1914 — 1:11 

108 By Marta Santa — ^Dancing Wave (E. R. Bradley). 

2 2 4^ 4'’3 P I.ow<ler 8 Mari«-.MiI1er, SunlMuinet, Battle 

2* 25 P Ivowder 7 Marie Miller, Battle, Meliora 

2* 1*5 P I.owd* r 8 Mary H., Lady Mexican. Matin 

3*» 4* C Kirsch’m 9 Dianioml, BelieveMeBoys, Mid:i 

25 25 L l.ykes 5 llanovia. Jack O’Dowd, Adalid 

2* 2*5 L Lykes 6 AlUeharuii. Dimitri, Robt.BradPy 
1'5 1*5 W Crump 0 Rhyme, Dr.Tiick, Diir. Roberts 
3- 3- P Lowder 6 Fruit Cake, Squeeler, Gainer 
By Ballot — King’s Daughter (T. C. McDowell). 

.5* 3* F. Martin 7 ArHiPlotter. Opheli.iW., Amazon 

7*5 7^3 E Martin 12 Kinney, Itilly Joe, Doiigl.tss S. 

7* 7'® E Martin 9 Br:id. Choice, Amazon, Siiuc«*lcr 

55 7®i E Martin 7 MarieMiller, Bed. Stories. Battle 

1** 1*5 M Buxton 11 Arrow, Miladi Anne, Blue I'luin 

6* 6» Ij Gentry 13 Saf. Girl, Sir W’ellous, M.Anne 

25 25 E Gentry 10 D. Barlow, Pad. Dear, S.Wellons 

91 Ilia K Martin 17 Yau. Witch, Koh-i-noor, Tragedy 
By Ivan the Terrible — Miss Gardner (K. Spence). 



10 lo'»' (! Hunt 
8 8*« C Hunt 

15 1*» C Hunt 
41 4* C Hunt 
.‘;i C Hunt 
65 Z* T Hunt 
7* 7‘* T Hunt 



FIFTH RACE— 1 Mile and 70 Yards. 

—1:12 -.F-bU',..) 

OPPORTUNITY, b. g. 3 108 

;’.:*h5.5s Douglas 11-8 1:53 mud 27-10 |i»:; ?, 1 l 

:,;’5''9 ln>uglas ImTOy l:42\.fast 11 T'S 4 4 4 

Douglas 114 2:0Pr.j:^ot>d 51 lo*d, 2 2 1 

L'ouglas 3 4 l:12'*Mnud 19 10 IW 2 2 

3;:i4S (’hurch’l 3 4 1 :l;:>tifast 13-10 109 3 3 

33017 Cliurch’l lm70y 1 :45':;slow 37-10 107 4 1 1 

32930 Cliurch'l 1 1-lG 1:47 fast 49 10 lo9 111 

WATER WITCH, h. m, 6 98 

Latonia lni7(*y l:4P.,fast 10 105 6 6 6 

3;{.5..s Dougla.s 1 1 S l:5;i mutll3S-10 9S 6 6 6 

Douglas i i s i -.r.iVrfa.st 17 102 5 5 4 

330*;3 1'hurcli‘l 1 1-S l:;.:{%fust 8 1(H> 6 (1 6 

.”.2S40 ( ’hurch’ 1 lin70yl :44^-fast 95 HO 8 9 C 

32729 Lc.\’gton 1 1-4 2:07* ..hvy 15 109 4 4 3 

PRINCE HERMIS. ch. h, 7 104 

::3r..58 Douglas 1 1-S 1:53 mud 57-10 103 F 4 4 

.‘:3472 Dougla.s 3-4 l .lP.-.fast 17 lu5 5 5 

3:.:i(;i» Dougla.s lm7"y 1 :43’*sgood 9 5 111 2 4 4 

332:’i(j Dougins InuO.v 1:44 goutl 45 1**5 2 4 3 

:<:hl4 Church’ I 3-4 1:13 fast 35 102 5 5 

30404 Bowie 7-8 l:26^,fast 23 106110 10 10 

3<»300 Pimlico lni70v l:465i;fast 32-8 109 3 2 1 2 

302G6 IMmlico 1 1-16 l:46»4fast 28 113 3 7 6 6 

.TANE STRAITH, b. f, 4 102 

:;3634 Latonia I 1 :39(fefast 21-10 I07 8 5 4 3 

320.54 ].ex’gtoii liuTOyl :48%hvy 19-10 loG .3 2 1 1 

29>94 li.'itonia 3-4 l:13Viifast 34-5 l<i6 2 7 6 

29S19 l^atorifa 3-41:1.3 fast 12 102 6 76 

29778 Latonia lm70y 1:43 fast 63-10 lOo 4 6 6 6 

29733 Latonia 3-4 1:12 fast 18-5 103 1 2 2 

29179 Douglas 11-16 1:46 fa.st 49-10 103 2 4 5 7 

29014 Lex’ gton lm70yl :42Mifast 11-5 102 3 1 1 1 

CAPT. REES, ch. c, 4 109 

33473 Douglas lni70y l:43%fast 7-6 J03 2 4 ,3 Z 

33115 Church’ 1 1 1:38 fast 49 107 4 6 

30134 Latonia lni70y l:42%fast 

29893 I^atonia 1 1-16 l:46Vi.fast 

29820 Latonia lr.«i70y 1 :43Vifast 29-6 1045 3 4 4 

29778 I.atonia lm70y 1:43 fast 30 106 8 7 7 

29393 Church’ 1 1 1-8 l:53Tifa.st 15 98 6 6 6 

DR. SAMUEL, hr. g, 6 102 

3h“(h; 5 ('hurch’l 3 4 1:13 fa.st 63 KH» S S 

2499."> X.orl’ns linloy l:4•2'^fast 7 104 7 7 7 

2C7.S4 l.atonia 2 1-4 3:50%fast 97 10 112 1 3 2 

23712 Latonia 1 1-8 1 :51%fast 14 lo3i 4 4 4 

2,3.551 I.iitonia 1 1-16 1:44 fast 55 lu5 5 4 3 

2rMV>6 Eatonia 1 1-16 l:41%fa.st 125 107\ 6 5 5 

•J3474 (’hurch’l 1 l:3S%fast 125 lo5 4 3 3 

23183 Douglas lm7c>y l:4'2%fast 27-10 I08 4 4 4 



10 Bullion. Jh‘n Haiiipson, Basil 
S Pas. Fancy, Saf. CHrl. M. Bdlc 

10 Lightfoot. Snowdrift, Dahlia 
8 .Scum. King. Hazcliiiit, F.oLSteel 

11 (jucciiErrant. Arrow, BlnePhim 
1.3 S;if, Girl, Sir W’ellons, IhilaHkl 

1) Meliora. Sunlliish, Sis. Einhlem 
By Magneto— Rose Tree II. (J. W. Parrish). 

Fell. H Stearns 7 (Biy Fortune. Hig.L.ad, Cnimpsall 
6* 7^3 i* ('onnclly S P.attic, Meliora, Clare 

fit 5"^ 1) Connelly 7 Star .Maid. Mida, Di.-imond 

5* 5® I) ('’onnelly 9 Di.iniond. BclicveMeB<»ys, Mida 

4 4^^ K Etpaille 4 Mar^’ Bello, Auriga, Dlamund 

11* 9®i M Buxton 17 Van. Witch, Koh-i-iHM)r, 'I'ragedy 

2h 3*5 1> t’onn’Uy 9 Bonrlxm Lass, M<»ney, Jj;ingdcii 

5*» 5"i K laipaille !» Aurig.i, l'>ourlH>n Lass, Amt'rica 

By Ben Brush — Jane Eyre (J. N. Camden), 
r. .1 .Moiys 7 ( JuyForl uiit‘, Hig.L.id, Cnuni>sall 

1*5 1* F Murjihy 7 Irregular. Jargon, Outlit 
Bv Peep o’Day — Algie M. (Pastime Stable). 

7'* 7** D Conn<*lly s .MarieMiller, .sunlNintict, P.attle 

(••' 6®5 1) Connelly 7 M.arIc.M iiler. Bed. Stories, Battle 

25 2- 1) ('«»nn'lly .v L.itonia. Sir Wclloiis, Lncile 1 

2=* 2* D ('onn’lly 9 Vague, Latonia. S.ifTron Girl 

2* 25 D Conn’Ily 9 Meliora, S. Kmltlcin. Signoretto 

35 3* D Conn’Ily (J Sunboiinet, W. Hogan, Acabado 



Ivorydale Handicap. 3-year-olds and upward. (Oct. 27. 1911 



By Toddington — ^Miss Oertel (W. Woodard) 

1 T.\ 1' I' Murphy (J P. Hcrniis. iniison. Embroidery 

3 2'5 2« AV Kcl.'^ay C. Cudgel, Mhia. Mulway 

3 6A 1"‘* A ('laver 11 King (;<»rin. Cudgel, Uoamer 

1 2'-’ l"k A (Maver 4 P.ob Hensley, Paramount. Sedan 

2 15 1"** W Kelsay 7 G. Fortum*, 'I'.o’t. W’.ive, B. Sweep 

1 2*5 2n W Kelsay Cudgel, Diamond, Berlin 

2 2*5 3* B Kleeger (J (’udgel, Guy Fortune, Sol Gilsey 

By Watercress — Miss Crittenden (W. J. Young). 

5 5* 4-s !• T„o\v<ler (i GuyFortiim*. Mon.AIaker, 'I'okay 

6 6 G'-'l F Judy (> Opport’ity, Pr’eellermis, F.Ilison 

4 4‘- 4*5 H Stearns 5 OldBosehud. KiitgGorin. Hodge 

6 6 4^3 H Wingt’d (J Ellison. E. Co«*hran, Lady Botha 

6 4“* 4-‘i W” (Mump 9 Mar.Gmisb.v, Ellison, L’dy Botha 

3 3-'* 3*4 1> Cc»nnel|y 4 C. Venule, E’broider.v, M’itation 

By Hormia — Crimea (L. Marion). 

3 25 2* C Dishmon (i OpP'i’tuuily, Ellison, Embroiderv 

5 5 5^5 F Murphy T, M.Gmisby. J.J..M’doek. L.Sk«diiy 

4 4' 5 4*5 F Mui’iihy 0 Mar.Gui»sh.v, I'iatt. Moiie.vMaker 

2 15 1* F Murpliy (► For Fair, M. Goosb.v. IsM^Skoln.v 

5 5 3* R Wingf’tl .% Mar.Miller. Im.aFrank. PanMaid 

10 lo 9'* (2 DishrnonlU llaulHTk, M.arse Henry Kewessa 

2'5 4*3 F Roh’son 4 B’evolent, Oratorimn, C.Vennie 

6* 5*® J Metcalf 7 Bay. (Mindle, Chiclet, Vi. Shoes 

By Dalhousic — Tickle (M. C. Moore). 

65 7’i D Count lly !> Baddy llolhert. Bttr Deaii. Piatt 

15 2‘5 1’ l..t)\vder 4 Aldebaran, Coiirtl.v Ijass. Triad 

45 G-*! F Murphy 8 ImaFrank, C. Tower, Dr.Ij;irriek 

51* 3«^ C Hunt 8 M. Cassidy. Dimitri, Ima Frank 

6* G*4 J Brown 8 Vogue, KingGorlii. KtarJasmlne 

4- 4"5 F Murphy .'i H.O’Day, B’nghurst, B.Hensley 

7*® 7*’ K Lapaille 8 l>odge, Franklin, laidy Botha 

1* 1® F Murphy 0 S. Jasmine, King Gorin, Tokay 

By Plaudit — Starry Night (J. C. Milam). 

3"' 3'5 J Morys 4 M. Maker, Jack O’Dowd, Tokay 

4*5 3** J Morys C OhlKmuiig, KingGorin, Bedlam! 

100 I.,€ft at the post. J Callahan 9 Huiiovia, S. Jasmine. P. Hermis 
103 3 5 5 ■ ' -- - -- 



6* 5"5 F Murphy 
2* 25 M Buxton 
75 710 p Murphy 
6 6*« J Brown 



7 S.ofPleasure. M.AVaite, McAdoo 

5 TypIuM)U, S.ofP’sure, Klein 

8 Vogue, KingGorin, StarJasmine 
G Hanovia, M. Maker, S. Jasmine 

By Bryn Mawr — Lardella (R. L. Baker). 

65 5'* (! Dislumm 9 Soll.v. Pli<M*ion. (iallant Lad 
G5 7‘* M Garner 7 Eagle. Mari«>n G(^»shy, Greenw’d 

7' G®5 C Vaiilhi’iilO S.J’sniine, E’hroidery, D’ilhisioo 

2* I'**' E Pool 7 W’hk»s>om. L. Botha, E’broldery 

5* 5*4 C VanDu’n 7 EdCrump, BlackToney, H.O’l>a.v 

5*5 43 B G<H>se 8 Etl (’rump, B. Toney, S. Jasmine 

5* 5**5A Mott 7 EdCrump, Bronzewiiig. Converse 

5 5‘® A Mott 5 Blngliug, L. Botha, Dr. Larrick 



SIXTH RACE— 5-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. Allowances. (Juno 22, 1910— 50— 2— 100.) 

By Sweep— Flycatcher (J. C. Milam). 

2= 2* .1 Morys (1 B..MeBawell, E.Priiie’s, D.Rh.afor 

3* 3'*4 -1 Mory.s G V.Amerie.i. J.Hare.lr., D.Sliafer 

2* 11* .1 Morys 11 (Mairvoyant. Nib, Pastime 

2® 2® J M(»rys 10 Jack Hare Jr.. J. Foster, D.Rwk 

3* 3*4 J Mory.s 10 BiM ount, Kashmir, Kirst’s Cub 

By Transvaal — Grace Dixon (S. K Nichols). 

10 9'-' \V' Lilley 10 Jas.'i’.i ’lark. '1', Foriiiaii. Escoba 

5* 3® W LilUy G Atalanta, Bonifaie, JayBird 

7*5 '7'® J Hanover 9 Bonif.ice, Jas.'l'.i’Iark, H«‘rald 

4«* 3*4 L lA’kes 11 i:.scol>a, Jas. T. Clark, Malvolfo 

1* 1® Lilley 9 Kiiiig, Jas. T. Clark, Poor Joe 

4® 3®5 M Buxton 8 Kntilade. Nope, Sam I’ickett 

8* 6*® C F’b’ther 1.3 Nejie, Sam Pickett, Ebenezer 

By Everett — Panlita (I. E. Clark). 

2* 2«>* AV’ (’rump 7 Sixteen to One, Kling, Kashmir 

1® 1* G Mole.s’lh 8 F. Handley, L.Gayety, S. Pickett 

By Dick Finnell — Huxie (D. E. Mulholland). 

95 9'3 H Shilling 11 Eseoha, Jas.T.(4ark, BigEnough 

Ink 415 Dishmon 7 E.s»*oha. Herald. Korhiy 

1* 1* H Shilling 10 At. Muir, Haseeii, TipjMi Sahib 

9* 8*^ F Keogh 12 Cumpadre, B. Peddler, iluKeoii 

By Peep o'Day — Belle of Ashland (T. C. McDowell). 
52 4*^ K Martin 8 Olymp.Kiiig, But. Boy, lelii-Baii 

5 C®4 E Martin 5 Oc.Sweep, Mist. Polly, SilkLady 

SEVENTH RACE— 1 1-16 MUes. 3-year-olds and upward. Claiming. (Oct. 7, 1916— 1:43%— 3— 122.) 



B. B. JOHNSON, hr. 


c. 2 




112 








Latonia 


4h f 


.54%,fa.st 


16-5 


no 


1 




0 


3::474 D*)Uglas 


5-8 ] 


:00-%fast 


:i', 


115 


4 


3 


3 


:w:yi7 Douglas 


41 f 


5r)'';r,good 


2.) 


ll’J 


G 




3 


3:il92 Douglas 


4h f 


.55*/r,mutl 


17-5 


112 






*P 


S:J0M ('hurch’l 


41 f 


56 slow 


31 


112 


2 




0 


BIG ENOUGH. 


b. c. 


2 




109 










.5-8 : 


:012:niud 


19 


111 


9 


9 


10 


3:t;:62 D»)Uglas 


.5-8 l:01*T,good 


21-5 


los 


6 


4 


4 


:.:;116 ('hur< h’l 


5-8 l:00V5fast 


3-2 


no 


9 


9 


6 


32896 Church’l 


4K f 


.54 fa.st 


6t 


ns 


8 




7 


326»’i5 Lex’gton 


4t f 


5.5 good 


21-5 


112 


7 




1 


32512 Oakl’w’n 


1-2 


48%fast 


7 


109 


3 




4 


32421 Oakl’wn 


1-3 


49*/bgood 


4 


111 


3 




8 


PANETTE, ch. 


g, 2 






106 








:i2828 (’hurch’l 


4h t 


54%fast 


3-2 


109 


4 




4 


.32525 Oakl’wn 


1-2 


48%fa.st 


11-5 


112 


3 




\ 


POSTMASTER, 


hr. c, 


2 




109 








:i2s.% ('hurch’l 


4i f 


51 fast 


5.5 


ns 


5 




9 


.32777 Lex’gton 


4h f 


56*/f,mud 


11 


ns 


4 




1 


;t2720 li<‘x’gton 


45 f 


58%hvy 


30 


n:i 


2 




1 


32651 Ijcx’gton 


12 


51%hvy 


21 


n:i 


3 




3 


AZALEA, b. f. 


2 (M) 






103 








StU'.ss li.'itonia 


41 f 


.55 fast 


42 5 


bx* 


1 




2 


33531 Douglas 


5-S l:00%fast 


29 


106 


1 


C 


& 



MISS FANNIE, h. ra. 
3:;r..55 I>ougla.s lm70y 1 
3:1475 Douglas 1 1-16 1 
3:1239 Diuiglas 1 1-lG 1 
327:i2 Is^x’gton 1 1-16 1 
32C7M E'*x’gton lm70yl 
^23.‘19 Tijuana 1 1 
323U.3 Tijuana 1 1 

ALERT, b. g, 3 
3:t.5r.9 i>ougla.s lm70y 1 
.3,;il7 Chun h’l 1 1-16 1 
3291S Chun h’l lm70y 1 
;i284:: chureh’l 1 1 

31:689 I^x’gton lm70yl 
32653 Lex’ gton 3-4 1 
323G9 Uakl’wn 1 1 

S2282 Oakl’wn 65 f 1 
JULIA L.. ch. f, 4 
33180 Dougla.s 
32949 Church’ I 3- 

32297 Oakrwr. 1 1-1 
32078 Oakl’wn 3- 

31G9G N.Orl’na 
21064 N.Orl’ns 3- 
3im N.Orl’ns 
31070 N.Orl’na 8- 
ZIM. b. g, 8 
3.3511 Dougla.s 
m50 Dougla.** 

33197 Douglas lm70y 1 
32299 Oak4’wn lm70}' 1 
32206 Oakl’wn 3-4 1 
32119 Oakl’wn 3-4 1 
32023 Juarez 61 f 1 
INTONE, ch. h. 5 
33475 Douglas 1 1-lC 1 
SS363 Douglas 1 1-16 1 
32992 Church’ I 1 1-16 1 
32919 Church’ 1 1 1-8 1 

32794 Dex’gton 1 1-8 1 
32726 Lex’gion 1 1-8 1 
32656 l.iex’gton ImTOy 1 
26703 Do uglaii ImTOy 1: 



5 107 

:4G%mu(l 91-10 105 4 
:46=W.fast 5 107 2 

:47%good 8-5 110 5 
:49%hvy 25 109 2 

:45%fa»t 43-10 113 7 
:39%fast 6 108 6 

:39%fast 4 102 1 

9.3 

46%mud 19-10 104 1 
:47%fast :i7-5 i03 7 
:45%fast 316101 4 
:41 fast 35 104 4 

:46%fast 11-10 109 1 



:17M;hvy 

:40%fast 

:08'^iifa8t 



1 1-lC 1 
1 1-16 1 



102 

106 1 
106 1 

107 

:12%fast 11 102 7 

:1.3*^faHt 83-10 109 7 
:49%hvy 4 106 3 

:16%sIow 6 110 6 

:46%mud 3 105 1 

:14 good 11-6 ](>& 6 
:39%fast 4-6 106 1 
:15 slow 3 118 6 

108 

:48 fast 7-5 IKi 3 
:46%good 7-5 11.3 6 
:4S mud 21-6110 



:48 hvy 
:15%fast 
17 mud 
:06%fast 



110 3 
8 113 3 

2i 115 4 
— 106 
112 

9-6 113 1 



2 2 



:46*’£fast 
:47%goodll-10 113 
:48%fast 11 109 

:6.3 fast 44-5100 
54%slow 17-20 110 
67%hvy 67-10110 
60 hvy 36-6107 
47%mud n 106 



VALOR, oh, 0, 8 

3.3259 Douglas 1 1 
32988 Church’ 1 1 1 

32892 Church’ 1 3-4 1 

32778 Lex’ gton lm70yl 
32745 Lex’gton 1 1 
FLY HOME, ch. g. 5 
35566 Douglas ImfOy 1 
33284 Douglas 1 1 
27768 Windsor 1 1-16 1 
27509 Latonia 1 1-16 1 
27443 Latonia 1 1-16 1 
27191 Latonia 1 1-8 1 
27004 Latonia 1 1-lC 1 
PENROD, hr. g. S 
33323 Dougla.s 1 1-8 1 
3:1255 Douglas lm70y 1 
Xil 50 Church’! 11-16 1 
3:;064 Chureh’l 1 1 
32829 Chureh’l 1 1-16 1 
32732 Lex’gton 1 1-lC 1 
.32689 Lex’gton lm70yl 
52652 Lex' gton 1 1 
MARJORIE D.. ch. x 
:>3594 Latoni.a ]m70y 1 
325.32 Douglas 1 .3-16 2 
3344G Douglas 1 1-16 1 
33287 Douglas 1 1-lC 1 
33197 Douglas lm70y 1 
32948 Church’ 1 1 1-16 1 
IRISH GENTLEMAN. 
:i3.512 Douglas 1 1-16 
:!3406 Douglas 
33286 Douglas 
3.319S Douglas 
3.3151 Church’ 1 
:13019 Chureh’l 1 1-16 1:! 
32953 Church’ 1 1 1-16 1 



100 

:40%fast 139 102 10 10 
:41%fast 11-10 109 3 2 
:14%fast 12-6112 7 
:49%raud 8-2 110 4 3 
:41%fast 63-10 112 7 2 

109 

107 1 4 

110 6 6 

13-6 116 5 € 
3-2 106 1 6 
6 107 1 6 

29-6 109 4 6 



46%mud 17 
41%mud 59 
47%fast 
:45%fast 
45%fast 
52%fast 



49%mud 24-6106 

94 



By Marathon — Ethel Carr (Fink & Delling). 

3= :i*J F Murphy 4 Alary H.. Slmdli. Fly llonu* 

25 l*i K l..apaille rt BeaiityShop, Saf. First, Batchler 

3«» 6®A W Lilley G JoliiiHurie, SuiiMaid. H.Gardner 

6* 6* R Wingf’d 8 I’enrod, Tiirco, Guide I'ost 

65 6‘® G ScherrerlO Billows, Guide Post, BluckFrost 

74 7*5 p Stevens 8 S.ofljove, Dor.Di*an, MaudBacou 

Ink J McBride 4 Deliver, Pullux, Cummauretta 
By Marathon — Miss Alert (C. E. Rowe). 

1* 1'5 F Murphy 8 Alfadir, Square Dealer. Marg.E. 

3*> 4*5 X Barrett 8 Da.HoIbert, S.lh*aler, IKmglassS. 

3* 3*5 N Barrett 7 Grundy, Geo. C. Live, Irregular 

6* 7®J N Barrett 11 Monotony, Geo.C.Love, S. Dealer 

1* 25 L I.ykes 5 1‘eiirod, Ben Hampson. Dr.Tuek 

2* 1“ L Lykes 9 Mary H., I..anghorne, Sleeper 

1* 1* F Murphy 7 Bliymer, Ella Kyaii, Nei>otisin 

3h 31 J AV” Obert 10 Tliurs.NIghter, Pluuger, S.Oliver 

By Harrigan — ^Princess Tulana (J. Livingston). 

.52 5*5 B Kleeger 9 Brad.C •lioice, Amazon, Squeeler 

55 5®5 R Goose 9 Ijaiighorno, Squeeler, Dimitri 

4 4® W Crump 4 Woodstone, Hanovia, Thoniliill 

35 3*5 R Urquh’rt 8 Arriet, Mura Cassidy, Wise Man 

4*> R McD’ott H Hanovia, C. Vennie, All Smiles 
1* 1*5 F Rob’sonlO Hauberk, Cane Run, Recluse 

15 15 F Rob’son 4 Jem, Mad. Herrmann. WiseMan 

4* 4*5 F Rob’son 9 CuneRun, J.J. Murdock, Sis.Susie 

By Irish Lad — Gnadalito (T. S. Parker). 

2* 2* AA^ Kelsay G ClilTFiehl, Pr.Jaiiu-e, Billows 

2® 2* W KcLsay G St.Heart, J.Wakely, Ha.Gardner 

1* 1* W Kelsay 8 S. Heart, F’cinating, Scnitiueer 

4» 4* G Warren 7 Lit.Htring, AlexGets, NoManager 

3'i G Warren 11 Lnkemae, Gor. Russell, J.Wakely 

21 3*5 G Warrem 7 The Duke. Lukemae. B.Johnson 

1 G Warren T* O. Rosebud. BelleBird, M. Ticket 

By Chilton — Chantilln (Rosa A Loonoy). 

3* 0*2 R AVingf’d 5 M. Fannie, Beau. Shop, Saf.Pirat 

15 1* R - Wingf’d G SafetyKirat, OlgaStar, SunMuid 

2* 1*» R WingCd 7 J.Wakely, Mouotony, Fascinu’ng 

3* 4«5 R Wingf’d 6 Turco, Solid Rook. Olga Star 

1*1 1* AV Crump 7 G. Counsel, PrinceS., MarJorieD. 

1® 1® W Crump 8 I.G*tlemun, AllenCain, PrinceS. 

3* 3*1 R WlngCd 8 G.Hnghes, AllenCain, W.Growu 

2* 2k R DavUs 8 Impression, Galaway, Groavenor 



:5r.%mud 3-2 98 3 

:44%fast 1 110 4 

:47%fast 5 102| 4 

:39%fast 23 103 4 

:46 fast 4 104 6 

:49%hvy 27-10103 
46%fast 2 

43%hvy 30 

1. 6 

45®fefa.st 34 

:00%faat 26 

:49 good 18 
48%mud 94 

48 mud 30 

50%fast 32 

b. h. 9 112 

:47%fa.st 45 IIG 1 

1 1-8 l:5.l%fast 63-10 K*9 3 
1 1-16 l:48%mud 35 115 1 

1 3-16 2:0;t%mud 2 110 1 

1 1-8 1:55 fast 1 112 2 

50%slow 29-10 111 3 
:48%fast 69-10 113 2 



By Ballot— Mnriol (W. J. Tovag). 

93 91 s H Steams 10 Da.HolbertTBr.Choice, O.Portn’e 
Ik 15 J Hanover 7 PinFeather, Saf.Finit. Bcet.Bug 
4* 3*5 J Hanover 9 GallantLad, KingBelle, C.Court 
8*® 8** D Connelly 9 Fleuronll., B.A’oter, PInF'ather 
1* 25 D Connelly 13 Trapping, Pin Feather, C.Court 
By Armeath n. — ^La Franco (C. T. Worthington). 

4 4*1 J Hanover 4 Mary H., Sleeth, Miss Fannie 

6* 6*® J Hanover 8 Sleeth, Mary H., Prince Albert 

6*1 4® T Rice 7 Irish Gentleman. Droll, Our. Sun 

2* 1« D Conn’Ily 7 Grasmere, Billows, l.Gentleman 

Ik 2sk K Lapaille 5 Wilhite. Gold. Boy. Guide Post 

1*1 1* D Conn’Ily G G’erestBoy, S.ofLove, Sauterelle 

6 ** 4** J Kederis C l.Gentleman, Noureddin, G.Buy 
By Helmet — Gunwad (J. W. Schorr). 

3* 3* F Judy ,'i 1‘rince S.. Chei-ks, Brian Boru 

2* 3* F Murphy 5 Doiiglas.sS., S<|. Dealer, Keuwurd 

5 Grurdy, Wad. List, Gleipii**r 

4 Sleeth, J. J. Murdmk, M.Goosby 

5 Aldebaran. R(‘dland, Sleeth 
8 Turco, Guide l*ost, Gof*d C>ounsel 



35 4«5 F Murphy 
4 4®5 F Murphy 

4*» 3*5 F Murphy 
25 1| P Murphy 



107 


5 


5 


5 


4 


3* 


li D 


Connelly 


108 


5 


6 


G 


G 


6* 


4'® J 


D’mlnick 


98 










By Cyclades — ^Dip! 


100 


7 


7 


6 


6 


6= 


5*» J 


Gruber 


96 


5 


4 


2 


4 


4* 


4*i J 


Gruber 


99 


6 


4 


3 


3 


3* 


3®J J 


Gruber 


105 


7 


7 


7 


7 


6*1 6*3 J 


Gruber 


103 


4 


8 


8 


8 


8 


8»* J 


Gruber 


108 


5 


7 


6 


6 


6i 


5*2 C 


Hunt 



7 PrinceS., Saf.First, Lindenthnl 
G SafetyFirst, AVilldo, Surpassing 
7 Alfadir, WlilteCrown, Orange 

7 Pr.Juiiice, S.Gatew’d, U.GMner 

8 Zim. Stout Heart, Fascinating 
7 DuyDay, Thornwood, JuliuHurie 

By McOeo— The Lady (J. H. Baker). 

4'® P Lowder G AVaterproof, SunMnid, Marg.a.E. 
5*5 D Connelly 9 AV’aterproof, Prim*e 8., C. Field 
1* P Lowder G AV’erprmif. W.Oown, Sc’utineer 
4'® M Garner 9 Surpassing, Prince S., F. Orient 
2* Di.shinon 8 PrinceS., G.('oiinsel. MurgaretK. 
2* D ConneIIyl2 Susius, Prince S., John Hurle 
25 D Connelly 7 Gleipner, Itillows, BeautyShop 



Blue Bonnets Entries and Past Performances for Thursday, June 14. 

WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK HEAVY. 

FIRST RACE — 5-8 Mile. 2 -year- olds. Selling. (June 13, 1908—59% — 2 — lOS.) 

Index Course DistTimeTVkOdds 
LADY EILEEN, blk. f, 2 

.*i:{574 Hluelton. .5-S 1 :0i%hvy 



9-10 107 

RlueP.on. 5 8 1 :0:t%hvy 2:M0 115 7 
.%274 Dorval 5-8 l:04%fa.st 4-5 110 5 

3:t054 AV’iibine 5-S 1 :04%hvv 8-5 108 6 

32955 AV’dblne 5-8 l:01%faHt — 107 3 

32844 Pimlico 5-8 1:03 fast 8-5 1C8 1 

TOGOLAND, ch. f, 2 100 

3:.617 RlueHon. 5-S 1 :05%hvy73-10f K»2 4 
3:1246 Dorval 45 f 56%fast 11 109 4 

SAM PICKETT, blk. g, 2 105 

.i.T.:{9 Bluelhm. 5 8 1 ;0:i%hvv 61 110 2 

:2::i'.»4 Dorval 5-S l:04%fast 13-10 115 1 

:t:{274 Dorval 5-S l:04Vr.fa.st 73-10 106 4 

32S51 Dev’.shire 1-2 49%fast 6 5 111 1 
32809 Dev’ shire 1-2 50 good59-10 111 2 



1 Wt St % % 
111 



% Str Fin Jockeys Started Order of Finish 
By Celt— Eostre (W. Stockton). 

C C* 1 * W ('rump 

6 6® 2* AV Crump 

3 4* 2* I. Lyk« H 

3 3* 1*5 AV Collin.s 

- 2* AV Crump 



7 H.Croxton, Ij.IIerliert, H.Blnnd 
7 Swe.l’pll., L.Kileeii, F.Handl’y 
G Sam Pickett. Near, PriKliurer 
7 r..Herla*rt. B. Livingston, Peeper 
G StorniBound, L.Flerbert, Planey 



.32.525 (Jakl’wn 12 


48%fast 


10 


112 


6 




5 


MARAUDER, b. c. 2 


(M) 




109 








:::ir.i9 Biucpon. 5-s 1 


:or. hvy 


11 


114 


5 


4 


6 


32899 Dev’shire 1-2 


49 fa.st 


.51 


109 


C 




8 


HOWARD BLAND, hr. c. 2 (M) 


101 








:.:2»74 IfliieBon. 5-Sl;04%hvy 


12 


91 


3 


0 


3 


:f3::il Dorval .581:01 slow 


12 


101 


5 


4 


4 


;t2851 D«‘v’shire 1-2 


49%fast 


.50 


113 


3 




9 


:(2r.l2 Oakl’wn 1-2 


48%.fast 


60 


109 


5 




6 


:i2421 Dakl’vvn 1-2 


49*^&good 40 


114 


1 




4 


IDEAL, ch. f, 2 (M) 






107 








.3:u571 Hlin P.on. 5 S l:04%hvy 


IS 


1(»7 


4 


a 


4 


.^3288 Belmont 41 f st 


.53 fast 


.30 


109 


9 




13 


3:t242 Belmont 4K f st 


56 slow 


20 


105 


6 




7 



2 2* 2»5 E Ambrose G Mid. Sun. L.Lubber, Lit. Sweeper 

By Martimas— Moki Land (J. Whyto). 

1 1® 1* 11 JefTeott 12 ITiahicer, L. Sweeiier. Serncena 

3 3* 3* T Par’ton 4 Bencher Salvatelle, Stan.Fayll. 

By Joe Carey— Afamada (J. M. Stowe). 

7 7t !il* ^ Sw’pUpII., L.Eileen, F.llandley 

1 15 3* E laplm 7 Sincerity, Salvestra, LidyCavety 

2 2'5 1* M M’tliew.s G Lidy Eileen, Near, Prfaiiioer 

1 1* 1* A Pickens 12 l^ady Berger, DalAeton, 

AV ( »rmea 



3 



SECOND RACE— 1 Mile. 

1:37%— 3— 107.) 

CORN BROOM, ch. g. 6 110 

:t;»5tn BlueMon. 7-8 1::’.4 hvy 7-5 los 1 

3:t276 Dorval 3-4 1:15% fast 6 5 118 7 

:i3172 W’dbine .3-4 l:i:t%fast 25 loG .3 

.33055 AA”dblne 3-4 1:19 hvy 3:J 10 121 1 

29919 Kenilw’h 55 f l:09*/tslow i;t 92 4 
29885 Keiiilw’h 3-4 l:16%hvy f’ Id 106 10 
COPPER KING, b. g, 4 118 

:::;540 Hlin Hon. 7-S 1::14 hvy 12-5 118 4 

29492 W’dhine 1 3-4 3:03 fast 27-10 114 4 

29:’hS 5 AV’dhirie 1 1-2 2::i5%good IS 106 4 

2l»107 Dorval lm70y 1 :57%hvy 8-5 1(6 4 

28950 HlueBon. 1 1-2 2:4l%hvy 2 122 1 

28878 BlueBon. 11-8 1:59 slow 49-10 98 2 
RED POST. b. g, 5 106 

3:1276 Dorval 3 4 1 :15%fa.st 24 105 1 

:>:{055 AV’ilbine 3-4 1:19 hvy 20 126 13 

29454 Kempt on :i-4 1 :22 mud 4 112 2 

2944S Kompton 3-4 1:16 mud 4 111 

29:’.10 Kempton 6-8 l:05%hvv 8 107 5 

292.39 Dorval .3-4 1 :16%good 80 106 

29006 BlueBon. 3-4 1:14 fast 38 98 

LAST SPARK, oh. g. 5 
: ;;655 BlutdUm. 

•!:{.520 BlueBon. 

:>.34:;5 l)<»rval 
3;i:i52 Dorval 
33276 Dorval 
AMPHION, b. ^ 

;:{540 BlueBon. 7-8 1:34 hvy 3 

3:5520 BlueBon. 1 l:4G%hvy 73-101 

3:tl77 W’dbine 11-16 1:48 fa.st 27-51 

32959 W’dbine 1 1 1C l:48%fast 16 1 

29887 Kenilw’h 1 1-lG 1:51 */4hvy 32 1 

29856 Kenilw’h lm70yl:53 hvy 21-10 1 
ISABELLE H.. ch. f. 3 
;{:>,540 BlueBon. 7-S 1:34 hvy 27 

:i3276 Dorval 3-4 l:15%fa.st 83 10 

33226 Dorval 3-4 l:l8%good 37-51 

3-4 l:13%fast 89 
6-8 1 ;03%slow 2-6 1 

5- 8 l:01%fast 8-5 1 

6- 8 l:01%fa.st 9-5 1 

6-8 l:01*/&fast 81-101 

g, 4 1 

1 1 1C 1:48 fast 11 



_ . T.Sahib 

9 AV. Master. NewMialel. StarBahy 
J D’lninick 8 Panette, Fernll’iidley, L.Gayety 
By Order — Merode (C. E. Micklowait). 

4* 2* \V (’rump 10 Saddiieee, Little Sweeper. Ogle 

7* 7«3 A JohnsonlU AV..Alaster, NewModei, StarBaliy 

By J. H. Houghton— Myrtle Lcdi (G. W. Scott). 

3* 4®5 11 Ham’ton 7 L. Eileen. H.(’roxton. L.Heil»ert 
5® 3*if H JefTeott S liord Herbert. Sincerity, L.M<N>re 
9* 9" W Young 12 S. Pickett, L. Berger, DalAeton 
6* 6'* I. (’.augi‘1 8 Eiililade, Neiw, Big Einaigh 

75 7** (j Gilbert i:i N'eix*, Sam I’iekett, ElM*nezer 

By The Turk — Horizon (Carmandale Stock Farm). 
6'® 5' 2 \V' Collins 7 L. Eileen, ILCnixton, L.Herltert 
13 14'® A (’ollins 17 I'aganiiii. Aiuaekassin, S.intiagu 
8'5 9*^? AV' 0!»ert 10 Ballast, Dawn Star, S.-mtiago 

3-year-olds and upward. Foaled in Canada. Handicap. (June 7, 1911— 



1 1 :47%hvy 39-10 • 
1 l:46%hvy 10 1 

1 l:4S‘i.good 14-51 
1 1:46 fast 21-51 
3-4 l:15%fast 49-101 
6 



32985 AV’dbine 
2849.5 AVindsor 
28369 Port Erie 
282.55 Ham’ton 
28167 Ham’ton 
SILK BIRD, b. 
::3177 AV’dbine ' 



32959 AV’dblne 1 1-16 l:48%fa.st 41-51 
2.94.32 AV’dbine 1 1-16 1:49 good 195 1 
29,329 W’dbine 1 1-16 l:48%fast 39 1 

29107 Dorval lni70y l:57%hvy 16 1 

28950 BlueBon. 1 1-2 2:41%hvy 12 ] 



By Cesarion — Birch Broom (C. A. Crow). 

1= 13 \V ( 'rump 8 ('upper King, Saeal, Rnvencourt 
4' 2® L Lykes 7 RedPost, LastSpnrk, Isabellell. 
1* 5‘i 11 JefTeott 1.3 SwiftFox, AlexBetz, Val.WcHt 
1'5 1® H (’uttri.ssi:i P’eess Fay. Hartley, Hee.Flatue 
6' 6'* B Kop’ni’n (» Raoiil. Dignity, Ctiristie 
85 11*' S Wolst'mlL’ No Manager. Anxiety, Souvenir 
By Bowling Brook — Tarletan (J. K. L. Ross). 

25 23 'T Biee 8 ('<»rn Br<N>ni. Sa**;il, Kaveneoiirt 
15 1® T Kiee 7 ILofOak. Tartarean, F.M’tagin* 
2' 5 3' 5 A Collins 8 Motioeai’y, First St.ir, B, B.'iker 
1'5 1“ A Collins 7 Moss Fox, Ham. Dame. Kath.H. 
3® 1* T Klee .6 Gal;i AV’ater. Silk Bird, Old I’(*p 
1* 1* A Collins 7 Aniphion, H. Dame. Pep. Sauce 
By Red Fox II. — Billposter (W. T. Trenholme). 

1* 1* \\' Collins 7 (’oriiBnKmi. L.Spark, IsabelleH. 
9* 8'* H T.euvre 1.3 Corn Hrmnu, l”eessFay, Hartley 
15 3* C Gilbert G BlueKock, IfComing, Afterglow 
15 8®3 J Roon«*y 9 K. 3'nsean. Bogart. Page AA’hite 
S' 7* H Harty 12 L’tehi.s, Reehi.se, Odd Cross 
7* 6*3 S WoIst’mlO Irish Ileart. Colors, Minstrel 
10 10'® L McAtee 30 l..M’ieau, T.-a-Liug, I’gabibble 
By Martimas — Flicker (H. A. Cotton). 

33 .•’IB T' lUee r» Pep.Sanee. Hainpt’iiDanie. S:wal 
2' 5 6* C liorel 11 Itavarde, Hamp.Danie. Aiuphion 
1' l«*k A Johnson 11 lM*’lstliorpe, Bavarde, WoodriilT 
1* 1* A Johnson o Pr.P’sthoriie, Pep.Sain*e, Pr.Fay 
3' 5 3®5 A Johnson 7 Red l‘ost, C. Itruoiii, Isabelle 11. 

By Inferno— Court Maid II. (W. Bennett). 

6® 5*5 T P.ar’ton 8 (’orn Broom, (’opisT King, Sacal 
6* 3*5 T Par'ton 11 B.avarde, Hainp.Dame, Pep.Sanee 
9* 10*3 E Ambrosell JVp.Sauce, Galley Head, OldPop 
6* 6** E Haynes 10 Gala Water, Sturdee, Pep. Sauce 
7 7** J AVilliams 7 KingBox. H. Temple, Greemvimd 

4* 3** J AVilliams 8 Hamp. Dame, Kath. H., Exmer 
By Wm. Wright — ^Mary Worth (J. Hendrick). 

4* 6*5 E Donolme 8 Corn Br(H>m. (’opiM*r King, Sae:il 
5* 4'® H .Teffcott 7 Redl’ost. C’rnBriMun, LastSrtark 
105 10'® M B'g'h’ml2 LastSpurk, OldPop, I'rin.Fay 
7 7** E Donohue 7 Pan Zan*ta, Arriet, Graphic 

2'5 2*5 P Rob’son 4 Minnetonka, I). Fay, MeCorbnrn 
3nk 31 p Rob’son 7 Gal. Head. B. Mahone. Barnard 
3* 2k F Rob’son G Javato. Silk Rustle. Oriana 
25 Ik F Rob’son 8 Tarahera, Captain B., Javato 
By Oiseau — Silk Hose (A. Bulcroft). 

4* 7*5 L Mink 11 Pep.S.iiice, Galleyllead. OldPop 
3'5 4* \V War’ on 10 Gala AV’ator, Sturdee. Pep.Sanee 
2'5 H Gray 7 S.ofP’asure, T’ornhill, Amphiou 
2*5 2'5 H Gray 12 Aiuphion. F.AI’tague, Tartarean 
45 6** H Gray 7 Cop. King, MossFox, Ham. Da me 
4*® 3* H Gray 5 Cop. King, Gala AVater, OldPup 



THIRD RACE— 7-8 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (Sept. 17, 1910— 1;24%—G— 111.) 



b. g, 5 113 

7-Sl:.34 hvy 20 KX5 3 
1 1 :46%hvy 2:5f 109 8 

1 l:48V3good2:i-10108 2 
1 1:48 slow 19 112 9 

1 1:42 good 6 107 12 ] 

1 l:42%fast 27-20 107 1 
3-4 l:14%fast 7 117 9 



RAVENCOURT, 

.3:^510 BlueBon. 

:;:>520 BlueBon. 

3::4:f5 Dorval 
3.'{313 Dorval 
281.32 Ham’ton 
27545 Fort Erie 
27395 Ham’ton 
EXMER. b. g, 7 
.*1:1.575 BlueBon. 

33,520 BlueBon. 

.3:1435 Dorval 

30010 Kenilw’h lm70yl :57'%hvy 
29883 Kenilw’h 3-4 1:19 hvy 

29856 Kenilw’h lm70yl:53 hvy 
OLD POP, ch. c, 4 
:a.540 BlueBon. 7-.8 1:34 hvy 

3:.4;i5 Dorval 1 1 :48%good47-10 100 

3:1:11:1 Dorval ' 11:48 slow 9-5 107 
3.1226 Dorval 3-4 l:18%good 2 HIT 

3.3177 AV’dbine 1 1-16 1:48 fast 20 
33058 W’dbine lm20y l:4C%hvy 31 
2988:i Kenilw’h 3-4 1:19 hvy 6-6 
294G5 W’dbine 3-4 l:16%slow 11 
LADY SPENDTHRIFT, ch. m, 5 



7-8 1 :32%hvy 15 

1 l:46%hvy 23f 

1 1 :48%good 15 

_ 



113 

K>:» i 
109 : 

105 ' 

106 ^ 
47-5 111 1 

44-5 103 ^ 

111 

7-5 



111 
:i 3 6 

11 11 10 

4 4 

2 

6 6 



.33226 Dorval 
32960 AV’dblne 
29050 Dorval 
28882 BlueBon. 
28683 Mt. Royal 
28619 Mt. Royal 
28574 Mt. Royal 



3-4 1 :18%good 14 
3-4 l:14%fast 31 



100 3 
103 10 
111 6 
105 4 
111 
108 6 
KK4 — 



2 2 



3-4 l:14%fast f’ld 108 



3-4 l:16%slow 30 
65 f 1:07 fast Z-2 
65 t l:06%fast 0 
3-4 l:13%fast 2 
KATHLEEN hr. f, 4 

3:M:i5 Dorval 1 l:4S%good 30 



33313 Dorval 1 1:48 slow 54 

33248 Dorval 3-4 1:18 fast 65 

32104 W’dbine 3-4 l:15%good 63 

30240 Dev’shire 3-4 l:13%fast 22 

3C212 Dev’shire lm20yl:43%fast 43-10 102" 3 
30159 Dev’shire 3-4 l:13%fast 23-6107 9 

6 11s 



102 
107 6 
101 2 
111 4 
110 
106 9 
104 6 
100 5 
104 13 
1071 i 



GARTLEY, ch. 
3:1575 BlueBon. 
33520 BlueBon. 
33276 Dorval 
33226 Dorval 
33055 W’dbine 
28878 BlueBon. 
HORNET, b. g, 
32575 BlueBon. 
33140 W’dbine 
29463 W’dbtne 
29327 W’dbine 
CERF VOLANT 
.3.3651 BlueBon. 
33579 BlueBon. 
29515 Kempton 
29442 Kempton 
29405 Kempton 
29306 Kempton 
29201 Dorval 
ALECTO. h. f» 
3.3140 W’dbine 
294(i6 W’dbine 
28816 Conn’ht 
28776 Conn’ht 
28605 Windsor 
28242 Ham'ton 



7-8 l:32%hvy 37-10 109 
1 l:46%hvy 18 109 

3-4 l :15%fast 11 114 

3-4 l:18%good 14-6114 
3-4 1:19 hvy 85 126 

1 1-8 1:69 slow 49-6104 



► 3 (M) 


90 










7-8 l:32%hvy 10 


99 


3 


2 


2 


4 


1 1:44 fast 7-5 


100 


6 


3 


4 


6 


3-4 l:16%slow 87-10 103 


6 




3 


6 


3-4 l:14%faat 33 


106 


f 




9 


7 


ch. g. 5 


109 










3 4 l:18%hvy 43-lOf 105114 




12 


13 


3-4 l:19%hvy 28 


Kff 


7 




5 


6 


6i f l:14%hvy 8 


111 


3 




2 




3-4 1:16 mud 3 


111 


4 




1 




6-8 l:03%good 15 


111 


3 




€ 




1 l:62%hvy 3 


106 


4 




2 




3-4 l:18%slow 28 


108 


3 




3 


3 


4 (M) 


106 










11:44 fast 27-6 119 


6 


7 


7 


4 


1 l:46%slow 43-10 106 


3 


3 


3 


2 


1 l:54*Ahvy 21 


106 


4 


6 


0 


5 


3-4 l:17%sIow 15 


90 


6 




6 


4 


7-8 1:28 fast 10 


00 


4 


0 


6 


6 


S-4 X:lf fast 31-10106 


8 




0 


• 



By Phaeton — Mythday (R. Newell). 

5*5 4*J F ('ooper H Corn BriHun. Copper King, Sacal 
9* 11'® K MeD’ott 11 Bavarde, Hamp.llame, Ampliiun 

4* 5'* F Cooper 11 L.Spark, IM’liilsthorpe, Bavarde 

2* 4®J F Cooper 10 Meissen. 11. Dame, Pr. F’lsthort»e 

12 12*“ W Obert 12 Moss Fox, Mausohis, Corn Broom 
2* 6*® W Obert 9 Garish Sun, Amphiuii, BillyFrew 
2*5 1* AV -Obert I’J AIoss Fox. Gartley, SirLiuncelut 

By Exclamation — Myra Morelia (A. T. Stewart). 

1* L‘k R Estep 12 Statim, Bavarde, Pepi»er Saiiee 
8* S'* W AA^ard 11 Bavarde, Hainp.Dame. Amphiou 

10® 9*® W AVard 11 L.Spark, P.lMiilsthonie, Bavarde 

4* 3* W Gourley 8 Ham. Dame, Kuthl’iill., VivlanS. 
1* 15 AV GourleylU Vivian S., Dorothy(?arlin, Ot(*ro 
5* 4*® W Gourley 8 Haiiip.Duine, Kath.H., Amphiou 
By Martimas — Cannie Maid (C. A. Grew). 

7*® 7** J Bell 8 Corn Brot»m, <’op|)er King, Sacal 
C* 7** G Scherrerll L.Spark, P.PhilsthoriM*. Bavarde 
7® 5*5 L I>ykes 10 Meissen, H.Dame, Pr.P’lsthorpe 

5* 2«k Ij Lykes 12 LnstSp.-irk, Priii.Fay, (Jnrtley 

5* .3*5 H Jeffcott 11 PepiM*rSam*e, Galleyllead, Kama 

8* 7*® H Jeffcott 10 Max.’sChoice, Budweiser. Boxer 

9* 10** S Wolst’inlO Exmer, ViviauS., DoruthyCarlin 
6® £* H Cuttriss G Viley, Blue Cap, Lily Orme 
By Masterman — ^Lady Irish (N. Macfarlane). 

2k 9* F Hopkinsl2 LastSpark, 01dl*op, Priii.Fay 
— 9** W (Trump 13 Q.of theSea, Dolinu, Cannonade 

5* 6*5 H Gray 12 Paymaster, Gordon. (Tolora 

8* 9*3 H Jeffcott 13 Dr. Cban*ot, Paymaster, Dolina 

1* 1* H Gray 8 Aiister, Froissart. Tom Flanigan 

6* 15 H Gray 8 Single, Littlest Rebel. Red Post 

3* 3® C Gray 11 Red Post, Amphion, Auster 

By Rotterdam — ^Dynasty (J. Hendrick). 

8* 6** M B’g’h’mil Ij.Spark, P.Philsthorpe. Bavarde 

9* 9*® M B’g’h’mlO Meissen, H.Dame, Pr.P’Isthorp(» 

7*5 8*4 M B’g’h’mll Perseus, BrightSand, Morristown 

13 13=* M Bi’ghaml3 Anita, Tjudy Mexican, Gold. Boy 

9 9*® J Howard 9 Moss Fox, Dor. (Turlin, ViviauS. 

4* 3® B Kop’m’n G Moss Fox, Dorothy Carlin, Otero 

6* 6*5 J Howard 10 Moss Fox, Vivluu S., Otero 

By Martimas — ^Loslola (J. Whyte). 

5* 5*® L Mink 12 Statim, Exmer, Bavarde 
3* 5®5 L Mink 11 Bavarde, Hamp.Dame, Amphion 

7 7*® W War’on 7 RedPost, C’riiBroom, LastSpark 

4' 4*1 W War’tonl2 LastSpark, OldPop, Priii.Fay 
4**k 3® H McD’aldlS C. Broom, P’cessFay, Hec.Flame 
gi gis <x> Par’ton 7 Cop. King, Amphion, 11. Dame 
By Charles Edward — Shoo Fly (G. M. Hendrie). 

6* 8*® H Jeffcott 12 Statim. Exmer, Bavarde 
25 2* H Jeffcott 7 J. W. Hunley, T.Stream, D.Fay 
45 6** W Obert 9 Ringdove, Belle Mtilione, Statim 
4k 6*1 R McD’ott 9 Sturdee. Belle Mahone, Capt. B. 

By Bine Book — Maddiaon (C. A. Laxigne). 
12* 135® J Pltz 14 Tardome, Beauty SiH>t. Armine 
8*5 8*» P Garepy 10 Dom.Park, Montreal, B’ghtSand 
2* 6*5 H Snyder 9 TiieWolf, SlrDyke, RoseJullette 
15 1*5 J D’mlnick 8 F. Kelly, Nigndoo, Dr.Barnardo 
7* 7®5 R Harty 9 L.Blrdie, OildCross. F. Patterson 
3* 4*5 R Harty 9 If Coming, Sacal. Fnstoao 
2«* 2k A Collina 8 Kath.H., P.P’ilathoriie, Armine 
By Infemo->Iriah Witch (P. Gorman). 

65 6** L Mink 7 J.W.Hunley, Hornet. T. Stream 
2® 2*5 C Dishmon 5 Akeldama, Wlshuway, Single 
6® 6** A Pickens 7 Exmer. Misa Fay. Kathleen H. 
4* 4** W Collins 6 Costumer, LostlFortune, W.([hish 
6* J Bell 7 Good Shot, Smithfleld, Maufolna 

•*i 6*1 J Connors 9 BirArthnr, TomSilk, TborncUffo 



THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1917. 



E51LY RACING FORM, 



7 



FOURTH RACE— About 2 MUes. 

12, 1908— 3:54%— 5— 145.) 

CHAS. F. GRAINGER, b. g, 10 144 

rsfir.4 P.IueBon. Ab 2 4:27'r.hvy 77-10 140 
S3577 BIueBon. Ab 2 4::’.2%hvy 80-10 144 
3o603 BlueBon. Ab 2 4:09%fast 20 138 

S3299 Dufferin 1 1-16 l:55%fast 15 110 

33142 W’dbine Ab 2 4:12 fast 17 135 
33010 W’dbine Ab 2 4 16 hvy 11 138 



Steve Lane Steeplechase. 4*year>olds and upward. Selling. (Sept. 



SLUMBERER, ch. g. 5 (M) 




138 




3:1.577 


BlueBon. Ab 2 4::i2%hvy I 


27-10 i:i9 


2 


.3::522 


BlueBon. Ab2 4;23->.hvy 


8-5 


144 


3 


3:d76 


AV’dbine Ab 25 5:05 fast 


30 


l.’!4 


5 


3:{U;57 


AV’dbine Ab 2 4:17%hvy 


68 


1:19 


6 


328.59 


Pimlico 2 3:52 fa.st 


52 


IG 


2 


32713 Pimlico 2 4:08 goodC7 lOf 147 


K> 


IDLE MICHAEL, cb. g. 0 




144 




3:i.50:5 


Bhu Bon. Ab 2 4:09%fast 


13 


13S 


1 


3.‘:lo9 


AV’dbine Ab 2 4:12 good 


10 


1:59 


1 


3:{(».57 


AV’dbine Ab 2 4;17’Ar.hvy 


9 


146 


0 


32!Kl7 


Pimlico 2 3:.55%f:ist 


12 


146 


2 


32»;(t2 


H.deG’ce Ab 2 4:10 fa.st 


17-5 


119 


4 


32595 


H.deG’ce Ab 2 4:12 fast 


3 


140 


2 


COLONETTA, ch. m. 7 




145 




3:’.542 


BlueBon. Ab 2 4;12%hvy 


32 


i:52 


4 


:i3142 


W’dbine Ab 2 4:12 fast 


58 


i:i2 


7 


228.59 


I’imlico 2 3:52 fast 


35 


lf.2 


4 


327:i4 Pimlico 2 4:04 hvy 


23 


1.35 


14 


32672 


Pimlico 2 4:09%good 


27 


142 


5 


30411 


AA’ar’ton Ab25 fast 


20 


130 


3 


REDDEST, b. g, 5 (M) 




133 




3:2i22 


BlueBon. .\b2 4;2:r4.hvy 


.51 


i:i9 


0 



3 2 



By Xeltonian — ^Lncy Jones (J. F. Hynesl. 



7 7 



6 6 
Fell. 



W Daly 
W I>aly 
7 7"»W Daly 

S Wolst’m 
7« 7»* E Landry 
W Daly 



4 Stuero, (’lievnui. (\vuosim’ 
f» Welsh KiiiK. N.F,*ar. Sliimb«*rer 

7 Stur<*o, Eug. McGee, Cynosure 

8 Pr. Mover, F.G.llogun, Industry 
8 MarehCourt, Stucco, Shan. River 
7 EarlyLight, Rhomb, NewHaven 

By Peep o’Day — Janet Gray (J. W. Dayton). 

4’* K Landry 0 W.King, ('. F. Grainger. N.Fear 
E Lan,iry 7 (’hevron, Welshman, Reddest 
Lo.st rider. E Liindry 8 Rhomb, Tropaetdnm. Ballybay 
5 3* 3* K Landry 8 Ballybay. Stucco, March (%»urt 
S 8* N Brooks 8 Brooks, Tomahawk III., Lmvois 
7 8 G»* N Brooks 10 Moiiikie. Eng. .M, -Gee, K. Fortune 

By Potentate-rBonnie Lizzie II. (W. L. Maupin). 

O 4* ,')»= .\ Br,)oks 7 stm eo, Eng. .M, Gce. Cynosur 



3 2« 2« 



_ ,,, , -- ynosure 

G 0-* N liro,»ks r» Klumib, t'yimsurc, Trop.’tcolnm 
I-i.ri,lcr.N lirooks 8 Ballybay, Stucco, Sliimls‘rer 

4* 4-2 U Gilbert 

316 2* 



::ior, w,ibin. 

;i29S:{ WMbine 
32M);; IMinlico 
32764 I'imlita) 

FIF-TH RACE— 1 Mile. 
1:.37%— .3 107.) 

CHRISTIE, b. 

2:2.41 Bin, Bon. 

Dorval 
Dorv.al 
;;:5277 D,>rv:il 
3:{2.'{0 Dorval 
:;:174 WMbino 
3:{<K)9 W’dbiriM 



Ab 2 4 :l:!2f.goo, 163-10 i:S) 
Ab 2 4;l0%f.ast 6:M0 l.'.l 4 
2 3:57%fa.st 61-10 145 9 
2 3;.59 good 60 147 8 



Elect, Rol,t.Olivcr. iriidrniining 
W Allen 9 Stnc*o, llandrnmiing. Runway 

4 4 4= 5-2 M Ilcrn’son lO llighFb’er, Racebrook, Baml>oo 

By Ormicant — Loot (I. H. Munford). 

Lo.st rider. J Buss, 11 7 Early l.iglit. Rla.mb, R. Spinner 

5 5 5’ 6’* J Kus.soll 8 MarehCourt, Stuc<*o, Shan. River 

7 7 710 7«s P3 Ilcir.son S Brooks, Tomahawk III., Loiivois 

9 n ID 112‘ H Ilen’.^on 14 Bryndor, B, of B. Mawr. llibler 

2 1 1’® D® E Han’son 7 Bryn Rose, 'lYcdette, Kintore 

2 2 6J J Russell 7 Sun King, Dorcris, Cn*st Hill 

Bv Red Fox II. — Destitute (D. Raymond). 

11 4 4 422 W TJorg.an 7 ('lu vroii. Sbnnl>,*rcr. Welshman 

Fell. J Clark .5 M.iiisoliis, .Mast,*rful. Ori.Star 

€ Fell. .1 Clark .7 M.atthi.ita. Masterfid. Maiis<diis 

9 9 8 S’® .37^ F .Johnson 9 M’nlighUL. M.Sl.ayer, E.MctJee 

6 8 9 5’ 5** F Johnson 12 T’mp.at,»r, S’sliooter, T’h.awklll. 



Jacques Cartier Stakes. 3-ycar-olds and upward. Selling. (June 7, 1911 — 



g. 6 

1 1 s 2:00”-.hvv 
11 16 1;. ".3 fast 
1 l:44%fast 
1 1 ;46 fast 



10a 

6 los 

11 .5 109 : 
1 : 5-5 105 
8 i 



4 4 
2 1 
4 4 



By Star Shoot — Chulitn (E. T. Zollicoffer). 



1 l:47'%go,»d2:»-10 111 6 



1 1 S l;51\.rast 
1 l:l47hhvy 



SANDS OF PLEASURE, b. g. 



:5;:4:5<; Dorval 
:i:.277 Dorval 
:5:514:{ WMblne 
.MS4S N.Orl’n.s 
31791 N.Orrna 
31697 N.Orl’n.s 



-1 1 ;16'/5good 6-5 



1 1:46 fa. St 
2-4 1 ;i:5%fast 
1 1-S 1 :.52 fast 
1 l:4:i”f.hvy 
3 4 1;1S mud 



BJ6 13 13 13 
105 5 2 2 
111 

110 

111 3 4 4 

103 5 5 

104 13 11 11 



4 



REPROBATE, cb. c. 3 



.*'>:;622 Blu. B.on. 
r2>,524 Blu,‘l5«m. 
.32S4H 1‘imlico 
32MH) Pimlico 
32703 IMmlico 
32621 ll.d,*Gce 



los 

105 

94 



n 4 3 



n in 
1' D 
4'i 2’ 
1* ]h 
12- IP 



L T.yk,*s 9 ll:inovi:i. Iron Cross IL. Candle 
Lyki's 4 llaiiovia, C«dt,*, Burglar 

I.yk,-s .5 Wauk,ag, Gidd.Boy, Damrosch 

.Mf iimee .5 S. of Pleasure. G.Bov, F.Ia‘geml 
Mcrinioe r, P.urglar, KingNeptiine, Veiadiu 



1 1:is \.bvv 47-in pMi 
3-1 1 ;16-.-,hvy VA .5 ll.*! 
7 s 1 :2S\fast .3.3-10 UK*, 
.3-1 l;ir-’/<if.ast 2 112 

3 4 1:14%fast 11-5 PM 
.3-4 1 ;13%fust 63 10 110 



6 .3 
4 
8 
6 



VENETIA. b. m, 5 97 

3:’.2::o l>,»rv;il 1 ItlT^f.good 19 1 m; 

::2!)ll Pimlico 1 1 :4a\,f:ist :il-5 1oi» 

:52n 6:5 Pimlico 7 >> 1:27 fast 45 lo5 

.327:55 Pimlico 3 4 1:17 hvy 77 10 105 

;.<i 474 Bowie 1 1 : IL’^.fast 2:1-5 1 01* 

.30:5Jd Biiw ie 1 l;42%fast 23-5 106 

JACK REEVES, cb. g, 4 102 

Bha l5on. 1 1:12 fast 79 10 io2 
:;;:17S Wdbin.- l 1-16 l 47-;,fast 2 PC. 

.3;.0.59 WMbinc 1 1 P5 1 ;.52' ..hvy 4 P>7 

32S.'.6 WMbino 1 1 P5 1 :is f;,st 12 P*1 

322:57 Oakrwn lm70v 1 ; 16-i'f,giH»d 3 Phi 

S2P.9 Oakl’wn 1 1-16 l;49^good 7-10 P>9 

AMPERE II., b. c, 4 



;5i:56 Durval 
:52i:59 Mav:.nri 
:52P»:< Havana 
,32(G2 Havana 
32<t:51 Hav.ana 
:5r.r.»i Havana 



4 l:P5’-.good 15 
1 1:45 sP)\v U 
1 Pls-.livy :5-i 
lm20v 1:51 bvy 2 
• :;-4 HlGv^.fa.st 4 
3 4 1 ;1 1 gooil 6 



104 

PN) 

11:5 

p»>! 

P>9 

113 

114 



F Merimc lS Bnn,>s, Rancher, Arriet 
I’J F Morinne .5 Arriet, Crimper, J.C. Stone 
By Fair Play — Golden Sand (G. M. Hendrie). 

2' H ,Tt n, ,dt. d Back Bay. Ampi reli.. Tea(’.n,ldv 
l.V 1’ H .I»'fTc,dt 5 t'liristi,*. G,dd.Bov. Fairvlj,‘g<‘iid 

.3-’ 3' H .Icffcott .5 A. N. Akin. Wat.Ladv. Waukeag 

IP 11 ‘2 W Crump 13 Pif ,Ir., Hubbub. Grumpy 

65 r.5 L T^yke.s 7 Grumpy, IInn<»via, Syrian 
1® 1’5 W Crump G Filigree, Op’rtunily, MargaretN. 

By The Commoner — Hortensia (E. McBride). 

I’i H li Kst,)) 11 F.'iry J.,*gend. Anita, Pomp 

«>3 04 Y I 'a r’ ton 9 Brebannock. P<»mp. Aristolnilns 

11 in T Par’ton S M.Krnt«T, EarlySight. E. Henry 

Ink T Par’tt»n 10 SwiftFox. Owaga, G<dd.Bant:im 

.3® ,3'1 T Par’ton 9 ImiMrator, W.Pitzer, Estimable 

6 €” J (’onnors (i S«*;i Gull, Startincli, Courtship 

By Solitaire II. — Salvatrix (P. Sheridan). 

,3nk 4S1 w (’ollins O Christie. Itnrglar. King Neptune 

2® 3=4 ‘'ollins .5 ,1cm. .M. llerrm.iim. l>avi«l Craig 

9 T I’ar’len !> 'I'e.iCaddy. Bay.l'.iii.Ilc. (’audle 

3’ .3“ W < ’ollins 9 Piilliix. Ple.isiirev ille, SeaP.e.ich 

5 5’*i F Biib’son .5 Marse Henry. Bro<»ks. S.indliill 

2’ 1’ A Schu’g’r 9 ln.Ch:mt, Polroma, 3'he Decision 

By The Commoner — Brief (E. W. Moore). 

7’ :**' \V’ 9 P.ioomsedge. Starter. E. Siglit 

.5- f.-i .1 Bell S Euterpe. Dolina. Bcptoii 



Belmont Park Entries and Past Performances for Thursday, June 14. 

WEATHER CLOUDY. TRACK GOOD. 

FIRST RACE — 4 1-2 Furlongs Straight. 2-year-olds. Allowances. (May 19, 1908 — 51 — 2 112.) 



8 



(M) 

.53 

2 



:5.347s Belmont 41 f st 

:53260 Belmont 4i f .st 

32644 I.ex’gtoii 1-2 

:12512 Oakl’wn 1-2 

.32421 Oakl’wn 1-2 

FROS'TILLA b. f, 2 
:::5;529 Belmont 45 f st 
SYCAMOOR. b. c. 2 
3:>.5:58 Belmont 4i f .st 
POST MARK. blk. f. 

;:;5r.00 Belmont 5-s st 1:00 

:{:i260 Belmtmt 4i f .st 53 

35511S Jamaica 5-8 1:03 

PAPP, ch. c, 2 (M) 

3::369 Belmont 4^ f st 53 slow 5 

DRILL MASTER, b. c, 2 (M) 
.3:'..5;iS Belmont 4i f .st .5.3 fast 8 

.3:5412 Ihdmont 5-8 st 1:01 fa.st 3 

351262 Belmont 5-8 st .59 fast 50 

CHIEF LALLY, b. c. 2 (M) 

:;:5.51.3 Belmont 5-8 st l:00%slow 20 
33412 Belmont 5-8 st 1:01 fa.st 12 
HAPPY GO LUCKY, hr. c, 2 (M) 
3.3.5l;{ Belmont 5-8 .st 1 ;00’f..slow 15 

First start for the following: 
MOTOR COP, b. c, 2 (M) 

DR. MUCK. ch. c. 2 (M) 

ALARIC II.. b. c. 2 (M) 
CURRENCY, b. c, 2 (M) 

THE WIFE. ch. f, 2 (M) 
ARROWWOOD, b. f, 2, (M) 



110 
109 
111 
4 111 

16-5 114 



Index Course DlstTimeT*ckOddi Wt St ^ % 
DRASTIC, b. c, S (M) 106 

S:’600 Belmont 5-8 st 1:00 slow 11-5 110 
3.3.513 Belmont 5-8 st l:00%slow 13-10115 
3:1262 Belmont 5-8 st 59 fast 9^10 112 
33191 Jamaica 6-8 l:01%fa.st 

32993 Jamaica 5^8 l:01%fast 

ENFILADE, b. f. 2 

52 fast 

53 fust 
49 fast 19 20 1 

^48%fast 2 108 

19Vigood 11-5 111 
111 

54 



2® 23 J 
2| 2« F 
6- 3®J J 
4® 3'® J 



slop 4\ 

fast 12 

slow 12 
fast 7 
fast 3-5 



113 
106 
112 3 
107 
109 .3 

114 4 
loC 4 
106 
HI 1 
106 
107 9 

115 4 
112 11 
106 
11.5 8 
115 11 
106 
115 



9 

4 

10 

.3 

9 



Str Fin Jockeys Started Order of Finish 
By Hastings— Dragnet (A. Belmont). 

1 J Butwell 8 W.Machine. Recount. PostMark 
^twell 13 Bughouse, Lit. Devil, H’dGreiiade 
Rob’sonll Lueullite, W. Machine, TojK'oat 
Butwell 11 Sunrose. Gold Tassel, All Bright 
Butwell 9 Empre.ss, Mid. Sun. Poor Joe 
By Ramrod— La Rille (M. L. Schwartz). 

1® 1® .1 W illiams S l^nietiide, Gii«‘sswork, Reaiiteons 
.4 .3® -C Borel 10 R. O’Grady, IJ’ietude, M.Tnibbel 
” - ■ 11 Korhly, 11. nnd Half, Boy Blue 

8 Nei>e, Big Enough. S.nm Piekett 
13 Nepc. Sam Piekett. El>euezer 
By Uncle— Lady Hortense (W. B. Miller). 

I’i Ih G liyrne 7 Guesswork. Jynt<*e, Thistle 
By Magellan — Statuette (T. P. Thome). 

3’ 4"i H Troxler 9 Tra« k.seiid. Suii Briar, Ibill.nst 
By Star Shoot — Passan (J. E. Madden). 

4*4 M. Garner S War .Maeliine. Drastic, Recount 

.5® B Troise 10 R. O’Grady, Quietude, Enfilade 

1*» M Garner 5 Wetona, Brwatelle, High Vale 

By Peter Quince— Phebe G. (G. W. Long). 

2® It 'lYo.\lor 7 Seamstress, Gr.fbdd, llughouse 
By Star Shoot — Dorothy Gray (J. E. Madden). 

9 6'® It 3'rois.; 9 'rraeksend. Sun Briar, Ballast 

5i 4-i G Brady 11 Wiiisomvera. Lit.lk-vil, SuiiBriur 

9‘ 8’® C Brady 11 Lueullite, Drastic, WurMachiiie 

By King James — Rosslare (J. MacManus). 

4J 5^1 J Williams 13 P.iigliouse, Dnistie. LittleDevil 
9® 9"* J Williainsll Wiiis<»mver:i, iJt.D*'vil. SiiiiBriar 



2i 

li 

6J 



4= 

6® 

Z* 



2® G Borel 
li C Borel 
4‘® Borel 



3 



By Hamburg — ^Wonder (H. P. Whitney). 

9® 9‘® F itob’sonlJ Buglanise, Drastie, Li 



ttleDevil 



106 

106 

106 

lOG 

103 

103 



By Undo — Xarco. 

By Star Shoot — Lady Schorr. 

By Verwood— Porte Maillot (J. E. Widoner). 
By Sain — Gold. 

By Delhi— Home Rule (Wickliffe Stable). 

By Javelin— Scrubwood (Wickliffe Stable). 



10, 



SECOND RACE— About 2 Miles. 
1914 — 1:99 -.5— 1.53.) 



Steeplechase. 4-rear-olds and upward. Selling Handicap. (Sept. 



SHANNON RIVER, blk. 



g. 9 

fa.st 71-10 
hvy 47 10 
•slow 2 
hvy 10 
fast 5 



4’ 4" W (’rump 
8® S'® W Gruiui) 
I'l 1‘ W <’ruinp 
3® 3®i W Crunii) 



G Reno. Kihl.ay, 0<*e;iti l’rim*e 
9 Fount. F:iy. All Smiles. Ghristie 
G Ture<». Little String. Yermak 
.5 B. A round, B.Born, Thauksgiving 



SIXTH RACE— 1 Mile. 
HAZELNUT, b. c. 3 
:::.6 l’ 2 I’.lin non. 

Dorval 
3:G10 I>«»rval 
3.3104 W’dbine 
S:H)06 W’dbine 



::-1 l:1S-’:hvy 11 
:’»-4 l;16%g(MMl 6i lo4 

:V 4 1:17 .slow 6 104 

I 4 1 :l.5»/-.giMnl.59 lOf pl7 
.3-4 1 :l8-';,hvy 16-5f lo7 



3-year-olds and upward. 
101 

ln:{ 1 1 .5 6 ' 

1 .3 2 1 

6 5 4 3 * 

6 



10 



B.v Ethelbert — Amicitia (A. Keith). 

4® ;’.® it I.oma.s ♦! It. B;iy, S.of I‘l«>asnr<'. 3’e;iG.-idd3* 

1’’. 1’ A Miiul'T 7 Euterpe. S.indel. R«.y:il Te.i 

2* 2* A Min.l* r G Reno. S:nidel. .lesse ,Tr. 

H l«'k .\ Minder 7 S.indel. L:intaii:i. Lord Bvron 

2’ 2»'k A Nlimler 8 Lit. Nephew, .l.Dakh-y, I’.r’kfii-hl 

,3® 3U A Miml* r S S.ilde, Monerelf, James Oakley 

Claiming, (.lime 7. 1911 — l;.37^f, — .3 — 197.) 

By Meelick — Lou Hazel (T. F. Bomman). 

I', Donohin 11 Reprol»:tt«‘. Fairy L<‘gend. Anita 
K Donoliuell y.jili. Miramielii. .M.irger.v 
r: Honohm s WallStreet. DrightSaml. ‘ Private 
G.ourieyl3 .\nita, L;idy Mexican, Geld. Bov 
Gourleyl3 Dr.Nelson. j;r.S.iml, ArtrologeV 



H 
1 ® 

4'4 w 

5**il \V 



::;142 W’dbine Ab 2 4:12 
::;{ol0 W’tlbine Ab2 4:16 
.32748 Pimlico 2 1-4 4::W 
327.‘*4 IMinlico 2 4:04 

:t(*4ll War’ ton Ab2.’. 

30276 1‘imlico 2 1-2 4;.52’V6fast 15 

301.53 Laurel Ab2J 4:42 fast 47-10 

3(X*18 I.aurel Ab 2 3:.52 hvy 3i 
SARSENET, hr. g. 5 
; ;;..t’d Belmont Ab 2J 4:.52 fast 2?- 

Ab2 4;18 fa.st 12 

Ab 2 3:.5S%.slo\v 4i 
Ab 2 4:.”.2 KOtMl n 
Ab 2 4:277<fa.st 8 
1 l:.3S’%fast 44 

51 f 1:14 hvy 1 

3-4 1:14 good 9-10 

g. 7 

»61 P.elmont Ab 21 1:.52 Last 7 

:!::2S9 B.dmont Ah 2 4:25 fast 8 

:?:’04S Bel. Ter. Ah 2 good 8 

::2.S74 Bel. Ter. 

::27'.»6 IMmlieo 
3(dl7 Bowie 



1:{:M08 Belmont 
i::: .”.:54 I’ip.U'k 
2»‘»47:> Belmont 
26411 Belmont 
2.3545 l>iiurel 
23497 Laun I 
23419 Laurel 
ABDON, hr. 



. ch. g, 9 

1 1 s 2;itl h\ y 


110 

1.5 111 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Bv Stalwart — Domino 
r.® 6=’ L Mink 7 P; 


1 1:47 hvy 


15 112 


7 




1 


2 


2’ 6‘3 I, Mink 11! P: 


1116 1:.53 slow 


:’.:mo no 




4 


4 


4 


4^ K llriynes .S 


Imi'ey 1;49\.fast 


17-10 hi*.* 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1* 13 10 Hayne.s G Z;i 


Im’JUyl ;4.5%rast 


4i 1l(» 


6 


s 


6 


6 


6« 6'5 E .Smith 11 Jo 



3:.5v0 Blut Ibm. 

:i :».514 BlueB.on. 

3.:;:i.5 l>orv:;l 
33:.'.52 Dorval 
32ss;{ Dev 'shir* 

32Si:i 1) -v’.shire lm20yl :47M,good ll» 5 111 
32579 H.«ieG’ce lm70yl ;48%fasl 1:1-5 11.5 
GOODWOOD, ch. g. 6 
.3;l:505 BlueBon. 1 1-8 1 ;.56’f.fast 

3:*.:‘.99 Di>rval 1 1:47 fast 

2:i:;i6 Dorv.il 1 1:46 sU»w 

3LS64 I’!!iili<*o lm6uy 1:46".r.fast 

32767 PiinJi. o 7-X i :2!>%good 28 5 108 

32.577 H.deG’. e 3-4 1:15 fast 26 112 

MARGERY, ch. f, 4 103 

1 1:17 hvy 11 IM 
3-4 1 :16 -^good 11 1‘>7 

3 4 1 :17’%slow 2:M0 109 



112 

12 pm; 
21-5 109 
11 105 

.3-2 105 



.544 B.Un Iboi. 

3:>4.’.:’. Dorval 
:::t::i2 Dorv.-il 
.3:1172 W’dbine 
32662 H.deG’ce 
326.12 H.deG’ce 
MAXIM’S CHOICE, b. g. 
.3:1.580 J. in. lion. 1 1-8 2:<il 
:i.i.5(M BlueBon. 1 1:4 



4 l:i:’.%fast 
:i-4 l:14’.7fast 
3 4 l ;14%fa.st 

6 

h\w 
fa.st 



4:1 l'»2 4 

33 5 105 S 
47- S 105 11 

112 

195 111 2 
19 lol 2 

.3;i:il6 Dorv.al 11:46 slow 16-5 111 6 

330.58 W’dbine lm20y 1 ilO^.hvy 23-10 lo7 8 
3:'006 W’dbine :i-4 1 :l.S%slop 69-10 119 13 



9 
8 

10 
9 

4 
4 
6 

; 3 
12 
2 8 8 



32701 Pimlico ImOOy 1:47 fa.st 31-5 110 
BALFRON. ch. g. 5 107 

2921.5 H.<leG’< M linTOvI :47‘ffast 11 li:: 9 3 3 

29111 H.deG’ce Ini70y1 :4:6V.inild 14 112 2 11 

28980 Iveni I w’h lm20v 1:49 Vr.hvv 21-5 111 5 3 1 

28X62 K^milw’h 3-4 1 :i:i^f.fnst IS 1<»6 5 9 

28000 H’tborne 1 1 :42>;.fast 4 109 12 14 13 

26274 W’ll bine lm20y 1 :4.5%slow 17-5 110 6 3 2 

THE BUSYBODY, b. m. 9 110 

335(K) BlueBon. ;;-4 1 :ll’Sfast 9 110 2 6 1 

3:127s Dorv.il lm2>0v 1 :4S%fast 21-10 107 .3 2 2 

32.577 H.d.-G’ce :i-4 1:15 fast 19 5 PM 11 10 

32540 Bowie 5ifl:07%fast 75 105 5 5 

:kM. 54 Bowie 0?. f l :21’iHlow 91-10 113 6 3 

30:M Bowie 6ifl:22 good87-10 112 7 3 

CLARA MORGAN, b. f. 4 103 



3;54:{S Dorv.il 


1 1 16 1 :.5.',‘;.goo<l 


13 


101 


1 


2 


3 


.'•.:::97 Dorval 


11-16 1;.54 fast 


15 


101 


2 


7 


7 


3:;*251 l>orval 


lm20v 1:49 fa.st 


49 5 102 


5 


3 


3 


32945 D**v’.‘<hire 


1 1:42 fa.st 


16 


107 


7 11 


ll 


328.82 i>ev’.shirc 


lm20vl ;46%fast 


15 


105 


6 


6 


8 


325:!0 Oakl’w’ri 


11-16 1:49 fa.st 


6 


104 


7 


G 


3 


LADY LONDON, br. m. 7 




108 








3:1.5(MI Blue Bo II. 


::-1 l:14'-fast 


29 


lost 


3 




2 


3:1:112 Dorval 


3-4 1 ;17=:.vslow’ 


26- 


5 110 


6 




4 


3.'{172 AV’dbiiie 


3 4 l:l::4;,fast 


4:1 


105 


2 




4 


32960 AV’ilbilie 


3 4 l:14%f:ist 


13 


hUt 


— 




— 


32609 H.di'G’ce 


3-4 1:15 fast 


14 


107 


3 




4 


32,590 H.deG’ce 


3 4 1:15 fast 


3 


m 


G 




3 


THOMAS CALLAWAY, b. g. 6 




107 








33395 Dorval 


.3-1 1:18Vf.fa.st 


64 


109 


1 




1 


32901 I>ev’ shire 


5i f 1 :0.s®:-,f;ist 


34 


lo7 


9 




12 


.31871 N.Orl’ns 


1 1:41 fa.st 


20 


114 


r, 


11 


13 


31788 N.Orl’ns 


1 1 ;46M.hvy 


8 


116 


7 


7 


6 


:a675 N.Orl’n.s 


1 l:47%mud 


35 


10; 


3 


5 


7 


31594 N.Orl’ns 


3-4 1:20'/Lhvy 


1 


107 


7 




0 


PHIL T., br. c 


5 




112 








3:n:i4 Del’ mi. r 


Ab6’f l;34af.slop 


15 


115 








3::(H»2 Did’inier 


Ab.5-Sl:05 fa.st 


12 


112 








L95i:5 Kempt on 


4 1 ;2.:V:.livy 


15 


112 


6 




6 


394.55 Kempton 


IniTOyl :57'f.mud 


12 


111 


4 




6 


294(m; Ki'inplon 


:j-4 1 ;16~good 


:«) 


114 


8 




8 


29(X»7 BlueBon. 


1 ::-4 ::;02*/r.fast 


98 


94 


4 


5 


5 



.8® 2< J 
5® r>'< K 
3« 4®1 It 
]uk 2‘ K 
Vh 2® W 
41 eta F 



SEVENTH RACE — 1 1-8 Miles. 3-ycar-olds and upwr.rd, 
OBOLUS. b. g, 6 110 

3.T.45 BlueBon. 1 1 4 2:14’/r.hvy 37-10 H;{ 2 1 1 1 

3:Ul5 BlueBon. 1 1-S 1 :.56Mifa.st 12-5 113 5 4 

:'.:’.:c)9 Dorval 1 1:17 fast 21-10 lo9 5 

o:il44 W’dbine 1 1 16 l:47%fa.st 3 116 7 

.>:ia59 W’dbine 1 1-16 l:52»/iihvy 3110 110 5 

32822 Pimlico 11-8 1:55 fast 22-5 107 6 

FAIRY LEGEND, b. f. 4 106 

.3:uJ22 Blmdion. :J -1 1 ;ls'’»-hvv 21 li:i 11 

S:i3.56 Dorval lm20y 1 ;47 fa.st 28-5 1<>4 5 

:i.3277 Dorval 11:46 fast 42-5 106 1 

3.32.32 Dorval lm20y l:49%good 12 107 1 

32862 Pimlico ImWy 1 :45%fa.st 19-5 9S 1 

32807 Pimlico Jm60y l:45%fast 26 5100 2 & 3 

STOLEN ANTE. hr. b, 5 HI 

3:{.'M5 BlueB«in. 1 1-4 2;M’.-.hvv 11-5 lU 4 5 5 

:3i4:i!» Durval 1 1 :4CV5good 43-5 1 13 3 5 4 

.3:1.316 Dorval 1 1:46 slow 12 h)8 5 5 4 

.3:1232 Dorval lm20y l:49‘7Rgood 44 113 6 6 7 

31755 N.Orl'n.s 114 2:15 hvy 8-5 112 2 1 

31718 N.Orl’na 1 l:46’/£,hvy 12-8 112 1 4 

MONOCACY. ch. g. 7 107 

33<;57 BlueBon. 1 1-S 2:02%hvy 17-10 11;: 3 1 
33,545 BlueBon. 1 1 4 2:14»r.hvy 29-5 308 :i 4 

3.3.^415 BlueBon. 1 1 8 1 ;.56’/-.fa.st 7-5 HoA 3 1 

3.33,55 Dorval 1 1-4 2:12%fast 19-5 Pi8“ 7 2 
r.280 Dorval 1 1-16 l:.54%fast 19 10 114 3 3 

3.3232 Dorval lm20y l:49%good 17 HI 2 4 

PRIM HARRY, ch. g, 4 102 

c:w.57 BIU( Bon. 11-8 2:02%hvy S9-5 107‘. 5 4 

S:{.505 BlueBon. 1 1-S l;.56%fast 16 111” 1 2 

33.356 Dorval lm20y 1:47 fast 11 lOy C 5 

3:'jr78 Dorval lrn2i)y l;48%fast 11-5111 4 1 

33231 Durval 1 1-16 l:58%good 21-5 108 5 5 

BAM SLICK, ch. g, 5 93 

33279 Dorval lm»y 1:49 fa.st 2J 104 3 3 

33231 Dorval 1 1-M l:58%guod93-10f 107 3 4 
33012 W’dbine 1 M6 l:52%hvy 12 III 



Noire (C. N. Freeman), 
lymasler, M. (‘hoi<-e, B, Sister 
lymastcr, Tile, Margery 
•iiuir.im, Zamlocli. :MeiiloPark 
miech, B.diySistcr. Ell.aliy.tii 
c D., Primll.arry, GulunclMatt 
3’ K Smith 11 G. McEcrniii. H.Hers«‘, lindweiser 
12’ 11” W Sch’ornlG Jirickley, High Hors**, Minda 
By 'Watercress — Almadie (C. E. Fountain). 

3® L Mink S Olndns, Mono<-;icy, Vudidcs 

I'.A :P'i I. Mink 7 Obulns, Gum.-icliu, liiidw<‘is<>r 

2' 4® It McD’ott G .\i)M;i linger. St«den.\iite, Repton 

li.k 28 T Pnr’ton S Infidel 11., E.Bnum’n, IlnmisOiT 

7® 9'® ir Wakuff !> Mnrinnno. Hups. Transit 

12 12' » E Ambrosel2 I’res.Lynn, Transit, MissKniter 
By King James — Marjoram (J. Arthur). 

4' I Bud’gu- xlL‘ l’;iyniasfi*r. 'I'itu. niiien .S.ibe 
S’ 4” W G4,iiins n Haz. Inut. Zali. Minimiehi 
9® S'® 1. Ii\k*‘S BJ Little (jiiien .S;iIh‘, Yerrnak 

6‘i 4*i W G,,|lins SwiffEox. AlexGetz. Val.West 
7' 6‘1 \V ('ollins B} Hops. Surprising, Rosem.-iry 

7’ 7®A W Collins 1 1 Maznik, G.ihnvay, M.’s (’ludoe 
By Golden Maxim — Lconalla (G. R. Bryr.on). 

2® 2® W Collins 7 P'ym.ister. i:. Sister. Vidad.iy.Tr. 

3® 7®i W ('ollins !) I'.roomsedge. .1. Reeves, Starter 

6 6^ It liar’ ton G .NoManager. Stolen Ante, Repton 

2A 1' Ij Lyk«*s K* Bndweiser, Boxer, Euterpe 

6® 7'® K Haynes Et Dr.Nelson, Itr.S.iml, Astrologer 

6’ 5‘3 F Merimee 9 Bnrgl.ir. Sandltill, Buzz Around 

By Ornament— Mary Street (H. 6. Bedwell). 

.3’ 4’ E 3'aplin K» F.ip Away, G.irlton G., Seorpii 
3® 3’.j L ’lapiin G E.Kenna. M.(’hoiee, D’ngerfield 

4| G” A Clavtm 7 B.itwa. (’l ira Morgan, BolMdink 

9® 9‘® A Glaver 10 Estim.ibh'. (’om’ensi.i, T’hdie.irer 

13® 14®® A Glaver 1.5 ('li.arles Francis. Tvpe. ilex 
1’ 1’ J Smyth S Miss Waters, Birk.i, Fenroek 
By Meddler — Belle Hoyt (J. D. Misick). 

Pull. up. W Ward 1.5 Hondo, Per|»etual. Lady London 
2'A 2'-i 3' I’ar’ton G Prim Harry. ’roinCaro. BankBill 
7' 6®i W Want 12 Pres.I.ynn, Transit, illssKniter 

4® 3® W Ward 7 Ina Kay, ’r.asSteel. Proliibition 

4’J 4® W Ward 11 Ina Kay, I’ontefract, Rae ll. 

li 1’ W Ward S Progre.ssive. Favour, II. Horse 

By Contestor — Fata Morgana (S. Newman). 

*'■’ 4'« G. .^eherr. r 7 Boxer. LnkeVanZandt, Zamloeh 
S'* iV' Gullins 10 Ed.B.inm.iim, .M.I’ark, G.Pii kett 
2 u 8 W (’ollins S Lady Ward. Yodehs. Egmunt 
8'® E Smith 11 Col. M:ift. P.iidwei.ser, Star Bird 
7«n F HopkinslO C.ileFerr’n. Bndweiser. P.Monev 
2i G. Seherrerll Steleliir. Lon. Girl, Miss Watere 
By Hermis — Lida B. (W. Smith). 

2’ ::® 3' Kier 15 Hondo. Perpel n;il. Brooniv.ile 

4® 4 i F Coop, r 12 Little .\be, (Blieii S;ibe. Yermak 

r,s 77J G«,oper i:i Swift F<ix, AlexGetz, Val.West 

— 6®3 T Bi<*e i:t (^.of theSiai. Dolin.i, r.annon.'ide 

7® 7® A Johnson 9 IlirdMan, Lit. Nephew. Margery 

3® 5®J R Troise 13 Resign, Kelx), Nonesuch 

By Knight of the Thistle— Tantalize (E. L. Fits 
gerald). 

in’; 111 F Cooper 12 Mico Girl, Wat, Tze-Lsi 
11® II” A Pickens 12 ('orkeyW., Spr. Valiev, EdAdams 
13® i:.2® W Collins 14 Marcus. Tactless, King K. 

6?. 7’® R McD’ott. 7 Stelclitf, IVtelus. il. Maguire 
10- lO’* W Grump 11 Milt.GamplMdl. H’sBrother, Lviin 
C'i 3” W Grump 8 Rhymer, Zin Del, Cledere 
By Orison— Peggy R. (M. 0. Viau), 

2nk {' White 8 Servi.a, l*rosiM‘ro Son, rr.ankie 

li R Ryan 9 V«dvet. Browiistoiie, Plunger 

liunra. Fathei Kidly. HnskyLad 
7 Mr. M.'iek. Boxer, Serviceme 
S It, Frost, QnidNnne. J’aym.aster 
5 Ask Ma. Fount. F.ay, Pep. Sauce 



Ah 2 

Ab 2 4:27®..fast 

2 4;02’(v.fa.st .51-10 
lm20y l:45%fast 31 
MARCHENA, ch. g. 4 (M) 

:;:M77 Belmont Ab 2 4:1S fa.st 12 
:C{414 Pip.U’k Ab 2 IrUl^islow 7-5 
::’{.3.}0 Pip. R’k 1 1 8 2;y.3 slow 6 

:::M>47 Bel.3'er. Ab 2 good 5 

:i2S72 Bel. Ter. 1 fast 15 

3(.51U Bowie 1 1:4.5 mud 17 

;MMsS Bowie 1 1-16 l:49%fast 31 
THE CARMET. ch. g. 4 (M) 

:'::.'ill Belmont Ab 24 .5:(m) slow’ 5 
::2S17 Pimlico 2 1-2 5:09%fast 12 
::2764 Pimlico 2 3:.59 good71 lOf 

.3271:1 Pimli<*o 2 4:(iS good 29-5 

32623 H.deG’ce Ab 2 4:13%slow 41-5 
32.595 11. dKJ’ce Ab 2 4:12 fast 12 
WOLFERTON II., hlk. g. 4 (M) 



Il Belmont 
3:i4us Belmont 
::;>:{2.5 Belmont 



Ab 2 1:.52 
Ab 2 4:18 



fast 

fast 



147 

147 1 
151 4 
147 6 

145 11 
142 1 
142 4 
14:1 5 
1.50 5 

146 

2 

i:i7 2 

i;{6 1 
i::o 3 
i:;6 2 
102 6 
107 5 
99 1 

139 
1.54 1 

140 1 

1:21 

j.r, 5 
ir.4 4 
110 12 
135 
i:a 5 
HI 2 
145 2 
i:i9 
i::s 
106 
110 7 
132 ^ 

140 12 
140 5 

137 4 
i:?5 6 

138 
i;is 4 
1.33 1 
!::7 4 



1 1 
1 1 



B^ Black Dick — Tentore fR. Parr). 

01 ']',7 vI ? MarchGoiirt. Stucco, Newllavi 

‘int 1 . w i **‘ **’IyIoglit, Rhomb, Newtlav( 

7" 7'* w AiV n >V. King. ltaintHH7 

L” 7^7 H Bryndor, B.ofltrynMawr, llibler 

Il I. ” IG E tation, B.ofB.Mawr. F’inonth 



IJ 29 W Allen 
4> 6” W Allen 



month 

i> NorthwiMHl, E.Light, Q.ltouhenr 
7 Q. Bonhenr, Northwoinl, S. Kiug 



By Ogden— Conrtplastcr (J. E. Widener). 

V r ; 1, In, *‘‘LVues 7 Abdon. Wolfertoii II. . Ballvbav 

i 4 1 lii Vi 1’. I * B.ofB.Mawr, R.(Miver. (’.Ma'iotte 

4 4 4 4‘ 4‘A L Haynes .5 Northwood. A1 Reeves, Bet 

I.ost r.df-r. 1 Turkey .S M.V Kins. Ciunl.SaiMt 

" r ? '■ Tr.<.lilioii..r 

■' i i r. 1’ :*'■ <ir;lss. Bac 

J ; 5. :: 5' . 1 Carl. 

^ 1 1 > J Mi' I rt ;i 1 t.lVnjiTihT, P’jjrpsslvp 




By Isidor— Amstel (Northwood Stable). 

?r <Gke 10 .\1 Reeves, _ Pandean. .Taeq.f’oeiir 




By The Commoner — Salaire (C. K. Rockwell) 

2® 2® .S Stev’son G ZelBvood, Sp.nks. Brr/enn‘« 




S:?241 Belmont 


Ab 2 4:;;0 sU>w 


15 


134 


1 


;; 




32803 Pimlico 


2 3;57®5fast 


21-5 


137 




7 


2 


326.99 Pimlico 


2 3:57 fast 


25 


142 


5 


6 


6 


SPARKS, b. g. 8 (M) 

;.:i;*14 Btdinont Ab 21 5:00 .sIqw’ 


15 


1.80 

i:u 


0 


0 


0 


.3:{:;25 Belmont 


Ab 2 4:24'/5slop 


::o 


142 


7 


2 


S 


3::048 Bel/I’t‘r. 


Ab 2 good 


6 


133 


4 


1 


1 


YODELING, ch. g. 6 (M) 
:!::477 Belmont Ab 2 4: IS fast 


15 


132 

1.3:5 


0 




6 


:i( :50s Pimlico 


1 3-16 2:01%fast 


19-5 


10;: 


.*{ 


i 


1 


302s8 Pimlico 


1 1-S l;.54%fast 


18 


Kd 


2 


2 


2 


30203 Laurel 


1 1-16 1:45\, fa.st 


11 


108 


2 


2 


3 


30i:;o Laurel 


ImTOy l;44'(r.fast 


23-5 


107 


2 


3 


5 


?(Ki44 Laurel 


1 1-16 l;46%f:ist 


45 


104 


1 


1 


1 


LOCH EARN. 
;::’.6:3( Belmont 


ch. g, 7 
Ab 2 4:lS®-.slow 


20 


130 

i;b 


- 


1 


rt 


3::416 Pip.U’k 


Ab 2 3:52 slow 


13 


14<9 


3 


6 


8 



« Yankee- Ellie Wolf (T. Hitchcock). 

.> p 3 ® G Palmer 7 Sarsenet, Abiion, B.ilivbav 
4 03* V- I B ofB .M.-iwr, R.OIiver; G.Malotte 



Reddest 

ilasterfiil 




n.'irdei 
I. Miller 

By Lochryan— Joyful Bird (H. L. Pratt). 

6 6+« A .stretch 7 M. rorbcaii. W.irlock. Thep.rook 
9 9-1 A Stretch 10 S’berceu, B.ufB..M’wr, Northw’d 



a- 

n 

10 ' 

7= 

39 



H Snyilcr 
U Harty 
4'* W Grump 



Claiming. (June G. 1911 — 1:.52 — 3— *109.) 
By Oddfellow — Kenmore Queen (W. Smith). 

. 2'i 3' liicc .5 Reno. Stolen Aiit<‘. Monocacy 

Rice S Mono<*acy, GoodwiKid, Yoileles 

liVkcs 7 Gomacho. GixNlwnod, Bndweiser 

MerimcclO QiU’enof the Se:i, Bndweiser. 3'ito 
Rice G Renu, Kilday, Ocean Prinee 

Ambrose G Woilan, Ed Bond, G. M. Miller 



ink T 

lok 1* 1, 

39 3* F 
5’® 5'® T 
1® 1* E 

By n^im— Fifi (C. E. Fountain). 



82861 Pimlico 
32797 Pimlico 
S2605 Pimlico 



11:43 fast 12 119 5 

I 1 1:44 faat M 119 5 
M 96 116 10 



obbins 11 Rc])rob:ite. Anita. Pomp 
McD’ott G BabyLynch, Pol. Matt. SkylMlot 
McD’ott .5 S.ofPleasun*. Christie. Gold. Hoy 
McD’ott 7 Renu, Baby Lynch, AliSiiiiles 
Collins 3 Jem, Miss Kriiter 

Merimee f» R.ltr’dley, Br’msedge, Starflneh 

By Dorante — Stolen Moments (A. G. Dunlap). 

3® :i® W Grtimj) 5 Reno, Obohis. Monoeaev 

2i 19 A Johnson S Sky IMlot, Baby Lynch* Repton 

2uk 2® A Johnson G No Manager. Repton, Gooilwood 

7 7®® W Gollins 7 Rrnjo, Fairyl^-gciid, BabyLynch 

39 3’* F Rob’son 7 Moscowa, Menlo Park, Yodelea 

4i 3'3 F Rob’son G I’ayinaster, linpres’n, Jes.IiOiiise 

By Hamburg — ^Monadour (J. P. Fones). 

1® 1® T Rice 7 E.Banm’nn. 3’’ksgiv’g, G.Pick’tt 

4i 4® G Bond .5 Beiio, Olndns. Stolen Ante 

2* 2'i W’ War’ton S Oliolns, Gixslwood, Yodeles 

Ink 29 G Lomas 10 Col.Gutelius, Boxer, Flenron IT. 

29 3* B Haynes G Col. Matt. Alhena, F(‘ath. Duster 

4J E Haynes 7 Reno, Fairj’Ix’geiid, Baity I jJ'iicIi 
B y Sir Harry — Prim Alice (D. Christian). 

5' 7” G Lomas 7 Monuc.aey, E. Baumann. T’ksgiv’g 
7® 8®® A Johnson 8 Olndns, Monocacy, Gootlwood 
6 6'® W Collins G HabyLyneh, Col. Matt, SkyPilot 

1* I'i A Johnson G T.Biisylnnly, ToinCaro, BankBill 

3i 3’ B Tuplin 14 Col.Matt, Col.Gutelius, Ui.Kiug 

By Rock Sand — Artful (J. F. Sweeney). 

3’ .3®i R McD’ott 7 E. Kniimann, Galaway, Crankie 
6' 6*j R McD’ott 14 Col.Matt, CoI.Guteihu), Pr.llarry 
3| 3’» R McD’ott G Ha.lhmie, iVp.Sauw, Harwood 
ۥ 4*J R Troxler 8 Kebo, Plumose, Cannonade 
3* 8® R Troxler 5 Monomoy, Precise, N. K. Beal 
16 10^* F MerimeelO Surpriaiog. Stellarina, Marianao 



THIRD RACE— 3-4 Mile Main Course. 
1915 HllV’S -7— 125.) 



FAVOUR, b. f, 4 118 

:>:;4t)9 Belmont 1 l:41%fast 2'. H2 
:,;::;64 Itelmoiit 3-4 1:14 slow :u 11.5 

3.’)()69 Jamaica 3-4 1:16 hvy 1-3 112 

3::«22 Jamaica 3 4 l:14%fast 1 115 

32977 Jamau a 3 4 1:13 fast 11-5 115 

32703 I’imlico 3-4 l:14%fast 33-10 lo3 
326:19 H.deG’ce 3-4 l:14%fast 41-5 113 

32626 H.deG’ce 3-4 l:14%.slow 16 106 

WANDA PITZER, b. m, 7 107 



3-year-olds and upward. Fillies and Marcs. Soiling. 



(June 



:i-4 l:15%.slow' 19 20 106 



:i 4 1:14*% fast 
7-8 l:27‘/5fast 

3-1 mud 

3-4 l:12%fa.st 
3-4 l:i:i fa.st 



:127S6 Pimlico 
:.270;i I’iinlico 
o0.‘170 Bowie 
3»).l’J8i4 Pimlico 
302.56 Dev’shire 
30228 inw’shire 
29555 Dev’shire 
1.9:1.36 Douglas 
QUEEN OF THE SEA. ch. f. 3 
:i::.5ls Bt Imont 
:::!::6s H«dmont 
:i::l44 W’.lbim* 



29 102 

fid 104 
— 104 

14 104 

31-5 107 



::;i(tll W’llbin 
:’.2!»60 W’dbino 
:, 267.1 Pimlico 
:i::.5s:i H.deG’ce 
:i2,5.59 H.deG’ce 



3-4 l:12%fast 47-10 115 
3-4 l:13y5fast 77-10 106 
105 

1 1:41 slow’ S-5 !»4 

1 1:42 .slow’ 

1 116 l;47%fa.st 



By Duke of Ormonde — Compensate (D. S. Drver) 

1 1’ lA W Kn.’ipp .» W ildTIi.vme. Precise, MissKniter 

? i Nikhtstiek. Miss Krnfcr. Dan 

1 D 1® J Williams ;> Plumose. Bight, JtelMd 



10 

7 

6 

5 



1% ll *1 i W’d.sail. Almamlite 

i WJiaek. Preston Lynn 

I- F Merimee 9 Ini|)erator. W.Pitzer R’npohnte 
3'§ n F Merimee 8 .Sleepy Sam. Pres L^iin. V West 
1’ 2“ R Troise 7 Proliibition. King Haggot, Hac 




:i-4 LlTVshvy 



3 4 1:17 good 
3 4 l:11%rast 
5-8 l:01'/5fast 
CHARMEUSE, b. m, 6 
.'wlOSS Wil’gton Ab5-8 1:01 fast 
:i;i0S3 Wil’gton Ab:i-4 l;19%fast 
.32;»69 WYl’gton Ab.3 4 l:l8%fast 
326;il H.deG’ce 3-4 1:14 fast ^ 
:12596 H.deG’ce 3-4 1 :l.’l%fast 
.32.570 H.deG’ce 3-4 1:15 fast 
32364 Tijuana, 3-4 l:13%fast 
DAYBREAK, b. f, 3 (M) 



:i2714 I'imlico 
.32693 Pimlico 
:i0;i22 Pimlico 
3021>6 Pimlico 
30219 Pimlico 



:i-4 1:17 .slop 
3-4 l:15%fast 
3-4 1 :icjs;miid 
3-4 1:15 fa.st 



RACONTEUSE. blk. f, 4 
.‘H'jo:: Jamaica lm70y l:47%slop 

:H0.52 Bel. Ter. 1 good 

:i021M) I'imlico 2 3;.54 fast 

3(»130 IjHurel lm70y l:44%fast 
29874 Pip. R’k Ab 2 3;.54%fast 
29793 I'ip.R’k Ab 2 4:06 fast 
29586 Bel.Ter. Ab 1 1:.50 fast 
MISS KRUTER. b. m. 6 
:B409 Belmont 1 1 :41%fast 
:i::;:64 Belmont 3-4 1:14 slow' 
32862 Pimlico lm60y l:45%fast 
32848 Pimlico 7-8 l:28%fast 
32752 Pimlico 3-4 l:17%slow 
.32633 H.deG’ce lm70yl:45 fast 
.32606 H.deG’ce lm70yl;45%fast 
32577 H.deG’ce 3-4 1:15 fast 

MOTHER MACHREE. b. f. 3 
:2.0i:» Ghurch’l :i-4 l;15%.slow 

:i2928 Ghurch’l 3 4 1:13 fa.st 

:iOl39 I.aurel 3-4 l:l4%fast 
:«K)6.5 Laurel 3-4 l:14%fast 
29755 l.<aurel 5i f l:07%fast 
29.559 I.aurel 5-i f 1:08 fast 
29421 H.deG’ce 5S f l:0S%fa.st 
29268 H.deG’ce 5i f l;07%fast 
GENESIS, ch. f, 3 
:i.3.564 Belmont 3-4 1:16 fast 
3.3070 Jamaica 3-4 1:15 hvy 
329.38 Jamaica 3-4 l:14%fast 
29272 H.deG’ce 65 f l:07%fast 
27698 Empire 65 f 1:07 fast 
27464 Aq’duct 6-8 69 fast 

27272 Aq’duct 6-8 l:00%fast 
27150 Jamaica 65 f l:07%slow 
LADY EDWINA, cK m. 5 
,’21476 Belmont 3-4 1:14 fa.st 
33071 Jamaica 3-4 1:16 hvy 
329:i6 Jamaica lm70y l:46%fast 

32773 R’kaway Ab3-4 hvy 

326'78 R’k’way Abl-2 fast 

29768 l.aurel 3-4 l;14%fast 
29694 Laurel 1 1-16 1 ;48 fast 



10 105 5 


6 


6 


3 


16-5 IIM) 3 


2 


2 


2 


10 105 7 




6 


5 


83 10 100 — 




10 


10 


27-5 1(k;aii 




12 


12 


15 106 10 




8 


6 


100 100 10 




10 


10 


110 

2 115 

2 113 

2 115 


73-10 1071 6 




10 


8 


16 104 11 




12 


10 


37 PC. 10 




9 


7 


10 107 2 




6 


5 


92 


36 92 4 




4 


0 


89 1(«5 12 




11 


13 


f’ld 109 


f’ld 104 6 




2 


2 


140 112 4 




3 


5 


20 106 6 




6 


6 


110 


8 99 G 


6 


7 


8 


8 142 1 


1 


1 


1 


94 133 5 


1 


1 


4 


2f.9 102 7 


5 


8 


8 


20 132 7 


1 


5 


5 


6 1.32 1 


Bolted. 


35 144 1 


1 


1 


1 


110 


95 106 1 


4 


,3 


*2 


12 111 2 




2 


3 


16-5 102 2 


2 


2 


2 


37-10 107 8 


7 


4 


3 


4 112 1 




4 


2 


7-6 109 1 


1 


1 


1 


12-5 106 8 


3 


1 


1 


5-4 107 5 




4 


4 


97 


14 lOH 5 




G 


10 


77-10 KX5 6 




4 


5 


26 1 1(> 1 




1 


1 


34 HO 3 




7 


8 


185 HO 9 




10 


10 


28 109 11 




10 


10 


43-10 104 4 




4 


3 


39-10 100 1 




1 


3 


99 


6 105 4 




4 


r. 


8 100 6 




3 


3 


6 111 5 




5 


3 


23 114 7 




6 


6 


9-5 111 4 




2 


2 


13-6 112 7 




3 


4 


2 112 2 




1 


1 


31 107 3 




1 


1 


114 


30 115 11 




11 


10 


10 no 9 




8 


8 


5 104 3 


2 


3 


3 


13-10 150 
9-5 155 


f’ld 110 11 




11 


11 


is 104 11 


9 


8 


7 


40 105 10 




9 


8 



ery 
orii 

r 741 Vt ?. Isi’hbabibble 

5* V.} II R.ionl. Hon Otis 

6» 6® H Stearns 8 Kootenay, C.oiiDelivery, S.Siisie 

By Sea King— Cantaloupe (W. Stockton). 

.3' :;7 K Troi.se .5 Ed Boche. Pneise, Dovedale 

•!A I'A K Ambro.se G Ed Roi he. Precise, Ghieftalti 

Lykes 10 Bndweiser. Olioliis, Tito 

Foreh’d 7 El Key, (’om.ieho, SwiftFox 



]»W I'A I 
5^ i< 
lu 

S’* 

4'A 
H) 



P* AV’^ GoIIiiis 1:1 Dolina, Catiiionade, .\stiolog«‘r 
8'“ B Anibro.selL’ BlueFox. .Med.Miss. Kath Griv 
\ 2®^ B Foreh’il 10 SwiftFox, Kalmial'ark. Owagii 
10'7 B Foreh’d It) J. Zarate, Im|N‘rator, SwiftFox 
By Mazagan— Bewitcher (E. C. Griffith). 

‘il H T.arves, Golden Haiitain 

2® C Hughes .5 Shadraeh. Relwl. Agues G 
VI imi U IJt.l’ottage, Tarves. Wa. Wings 

8* 10” F Rob son 12 Encore, Zali. Launi 

Ill JohnsonlG riilTHaven, Stellarina, Seorpii 
5'5 4®} A Johnson 1:4 Mr. Maek, Sleepy Sam Zali 
6’ 5*i W Kelsay 8 Presumption, Harsae, Hhie Gap 




3 3» W Obert 

2* 2n W Ubert 
2' 15 W Obert 
1’5 25 W Obert 



'5 6‘J J Metcalf 8 I.ottery. Monomov. 8^)00* 

6 6** L Mink G Kittenish. Jock Scot, Reprobate 

By Ellisdale— Anecdote (L. Jacob). 
or ^ G.M.Miller. Impression 

7^ I? 1, Wright 4 SoIarStar, Arehdale, Lit. Nearer 
hell. B Bryant 8 The Hrook, Het, Simon .Jones 
8 8=« W Obert ^ 8 L.Teresa. G.M.Miller, B.CnnuJdei 

u 5 M O Con r 8 Bet, The Brook. S<M*ony 

... 8 Brooks. Bryn Chant. Socony 

1* 3’3 V Powers 4 Archdale. Kenworthy. Mr.Speca 
By Transvaal— Lillie Kruter (W. CahiU). 

.3’5 4®2 W Olx rt .5 Favour, AVild Thyme. Pn»eise 

2® 3® AV Obert 4 Night.stiek. Favour. Dan 

3 Jem, Fairy Legend 
8 Re’robate, EarlySight. E.IIenry 
IG F. Legend, Prohibition, Precise 
O. ..7 me * OceanPrime, t^herryKipe 

2’ F Merimee 12 Broorasedge, Pres.Lynn, Jerry 
45 3'J W Oi»ert 12 I’restonLyiin, Transit, Galaway 
By McGee— Lady Qnex (A. Miller). 

^ I'OW’der 12 May AV.. Sister Susie. Billows 
7‘ 7'® F Murphy 9 Peter Jay. Wilhite, Sister Susie 
1® 1'5 O Byrne 10 Precise. Med.Miss, Bright Star 

1* o* E Ainbrosel4 Kebo, Cherry Ripe, Glory Belle 

8* 8‘* E Haynes 10 Kath. Gray, Great Dolly, 'I’eetotal 
10* 10»J P Lowder 12 Kath. Gray, Glorine, B. G. Belle 
D 1* P Lowder 8 Ken. Hoy, OldDrury. I.obeIia 
3* 4*5 A Schu’g’r G Hrooklyii, Gloriue, Precise 
„«By Star Shoot — Origin (O. A. Cochran). 

7® S'® L McAtee 9 Courtship, Pass. Fancy, Riverside 
6 6"i L McAtee G Paddy Whack. J. J. Lillis, Kilts 

3* 4®5 L McAtee 9 Courtsliip, Polly J., MaeMiirray 

6>1 6*3 R Troxler 8 Hanokin, Koh-l-nuor, Y. Witch 
S* 3* J McCahey 4 Wistful. S. Forwjird, JuckMount 

31 4*5 J McTag’t 8 Bon. Witch, Y.W'ltch. Kittenish 

1* 1* J McCahey G Artemis, Str. Forward. Counsel 

1* 15 J McCahey 0 St.Forward, Artemis, DungaDin 

By Lochryan — ^Mias Bobs (O. Lewisoha) 

75 6"5 J Ix)ftus 11 Felicidad. S.MeMe<>kin, Cabaret 
8’ 9’* B Ambrose 9 Owaga, HrcM>mvaIe, The Dean 

2* 3® M Garner 5 I’reeise, T.Nighter, S.MeMeekin 

3'5 R ll’fman 6 Cabaret, Mr. Sfiecs, Pay Streak 

1* C B’game 7 Kileut Pilot, Tipiieniry, 8. Star 
10* 10'® F Rob’sonll Lohengrin, Presumptioii, L.Payue 
8* 7*3 A Schu’g’rl2 Star Gase, Jacklet, Altumuha 
8| 7 it s Foreh’d 10 Yan.Notions, Striker, Mr.Speca 



DAILY RACING FORM 



THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1917. 



POLLTANNA, 

S3204 Jamaica 
:;l(K28 Havana 
S0963 Havana 
30884 Havana 
30781 Havana 
30146 Latonia 



b. f. 3 (M) 

3-4 l;17%slop 
1 l:43%fast 
61 f l :07%fast 
5-8 l:02%fast 
H t l:09V,faat 



101 

20 104 4 

3 101 5 

8 105 3 

21 103 9 

7-5 112 8 

73-10 103 10 



o0i:il Latonia 


5i f l:08%fast 


16-5 110 10 


9 


5 


30072 Latonia 


5i f l:08%fast 


12-5110 6 


5 


5 


CACHET, br. f. 


8 (M) 




103 






S:t595 Belmont 


1 l:43%slow 


30 


107 3 


2 2 


2 


33407 Belmont 


3-4 1:14 fast 


100 


1022 5 


4 


5 


3.*1293 Belmont 3-4 st l:ll%fast 


60 


106 8 


12 


12 


33240 Belmont 52 f st 1:05 slow 


100 


97 4 


7 


8 


3*1188 Jamaica 


52 f l:06%fast 


50 


102 6 


7 


4 


32887 Pimlico 


3-4 l:15%fast 


22 


103 8 


6 


6 


28549 Saratoga 


52 f l:07%fast 


20 


107 10 


8 


8 


28477 Saratoga 


5-8 l:01%fast 


10 


109 16 


14 


14 


MAROARET L. 


, ch. f. 3 (M) 




107 






35407 Belmont 


3-4 1:14 fast 


30 


K»1 3 


8 


11 


:3126.5 Belmont 5J f st l:04%fast 


100 


101 5 


3 


3 


28431 Saratoga 


52 f 1 :07 fast 


30 


111 15 


12 


13 


1:8376 Saratoga 


52 f 1:07 fast 


50 


106 12 


10 


9 



FOURTH RACE— 5 1-2 Furlongs Straight. 
1915—1 ;03 Js— 2— 100. ) 



By Transvaal — ^Lady Levity (F. W. Staton). 

2 4* 3* J Mulcah’y tt Giinimwdcr. Trou.Fete. Gunrock 

3 6* 6’* H Thurbcr 7 Idolita. Old Drury, Marblehead 

6 5» 4*« L. Mink 0 Mae Murray, Pin Feather, Sable 

9 8i 7®i L Mink 10 Drobeck, Sister Riley, Madtour 

6 5» 6»4 T McCui’h 8 Quin, Brown Baby, Brobeek 

9 4» 3’| W Hoag 11 Solveig, Little Ford, Velvet 

6' 5* F Murphy 11 Bell Cow, Velvet. Immense 

11 2b F Murphy 11 Taxi, May Star, English Lady 

By Aeronaut — Princess Chio (E. B. Cassett). 

4» E (!ainpb’ill2 Wonderful, EdRond, M’dowortli 
71 9'* E Campb’llll F'airy Wand, Serenest, Battle 
12 12” E Campb’1112 Sunflnsh II., Tlie Cock, Achillea 
8* 8‘» C Hummer 9 Pickwick, J.Scot, T.o’tli*M*ning 

7 7** E Campb’ll 7 Com T:i88el, Lucius, Pickwick 

8 8” E Campb’ll 8 Cleek, B.ofP’enix, j.F.C’minga 

9> 111* £ Campb’1112 Madeira, Golden Rod, Jullaleon 

14 141* T Davies IG Acabado. Lottery, Mary Powell 
By Ballot — Miss Crittenden (Quincy Stable). 

11 IP* S McCJraw 11 Fairy Wand. .S<‘rem*Kt. Battle 
51 51* S McGraw G Woodtrap, Milkman, Harv.King 

12 13*® R Ball IG Jiellringer, Starga»‘r, IlemhK'k 

12* 121* R Ball 13 H.Cash, S.M’ster, Q.of theWater 

Keene Memorial. 2-year-olds. Allowances. (July 17, 



TRACKSEND, ch. c. 2 

S:i538 Belmont 4i f st 53 fast 
LUCULLITE, hr. c, 2 
3:{202 Belmont 5-8 st .59 fast 
.ri21 Jamaica 5i f l:07%fast 
32939 Jamaica 5-8 1:01 fast 
ROYAL ENSIGN, b. f. 2 

Belmont 5-8 st 1:01 slow 
32978 Jamaica 5-8 59%fast 
BUGHOUSE, b. c. 2 
3.’>513 Belmont 5-K st l:00%slow 
3:;309 Belmont 4i f st 53 slow 
WAR MACHINE, b. c. 2 
33600 Belmont 5-S st 1:00 slow^ 
3.3262 Belmont 5-8 st 59 fast 
32824 Church’ 1 1-2 48Vsfast 

SUN BRIAR, b. c. 2 (M) 

3:>538 Belmont f st r»:i fast 
:’3412 Belmont 5-8 st 1:01 fast 
jusau AU BOUT. br. c. 2 (M 
First start. 



25 



116 

1 
127 

9-10 122 1 

I- 2 112 4 

II- 5 115 6 

112 

8-5 112 3 
45 109 3 

116 

6 115 9 

15 111 6 

116 

3-2 107 2 
13-5 1135 2 
8 112 5 

112 

2 107 3 

11-5 11.5 3 

) 112 



By Uncle — Planutess (A. K. Macomber). 

1 1= 1=5 M. Buxton 9 Sun Briar. Ballust, Sycamoor 

By Trap Rock — Lucky Lass (A. Belmont. 

1 1 1® 1* J Butwell 11 Drastie, War Maeliine, TopToat 

1 1 1= 1* J Ibitwell G Bon. Broom. riti.Tlnile, I’layToy 

6 5 4^ 2* J Butwell 9 Empress, Ultima Tliulc, Ballast 

By Ultimus — Banorella (Wickliffe Stable). 

2 3 3* B Kleeger .5 Ro.O’Grady. Masda, Myrtlegalc 

1 1 1* 1® A Schu’g’rl2 Masda, R. d’Or, Stitch in Time 

By Marathon — Fads and Fancies (G. A. Cochran). 

2 1» 13 L McAtee 13 Drastic. Lit. Devil, HaiidiJia imde 

6 6= 4®5 L McAtee 7 Seamstress, Green Gold, Papp 

By Uncle— Princess Oma (A. K. Macomber). 

1 2* lb M Buxton 8 Drastic. Recount, Post Mark 

2 4 3^ 3®5 J Loftus 11 Lucullite. Drastic, Top Coat 

6 35 3‘| M Buxton 11 J. T. Clark, Koran. OceanSweep 

By Sundridge— Sweet Briar (W. S. Kilmer). 

2 2® 2=5 A PieUens * 9 Traekseiid. Ballast. Sycamoor 

1 2* 35 A Pickens 11 Winsomvera, L.D«?vil, Dr. Master 
By Ajax — Roquette (J. E. Widener). 



FIFTH RACE— 1 Mile. 1-year-olds and upward. Selling. (Sept. 7, 1914— 1 :3G%— 3— 117.) 



J. J. LILLIS, br. g. 6 113 

r:M>38 Ik'Imont 65 f 1 :20 slow 41 ll.’«» 1 

3:151.5 Belmont 3-4 st l:12?iSiow 24 li:i 5 

33244 Belmont 11:40 slow 11-20 114 2 
3:5070 Jamaica 3-4 1:15 hvy 35 124 2 

329:57 Jamaica 3-4 1:12 fast 12 107 9 

32697 Pimlico 3-4 l:14V£fa8t 93-10 115 6 

32598 H.deG’ce 3-4 l:13Vifast 19 108 3 



QUEEN OF THE SEA. cb. f. 3 



c. 3 
1 1:41 
1 1:42 



3:5,518 Belmont 
3:>36S Belmont 
33144 W’dbine 
3:5011 W’tlbine 
;;2!M50 W’dbine 
32673 Pimlico 
ED ROCHE, b. 

:>:5.MS Belmont 
:t:5:>t>8 Belmont 
:C5190 Jamaiea ImTOy 1:44 
3:5119 Jamaica ImTOy 1:47 
30.504 Bowie 1 1:45 



30S21 Havana 
30:506 Pimlico 



1 1:41 slow 8-5 
1 1:42 .slow 10 
1 1-16 1 :47%fast 16-5 I 
3-4 l:17Vshvy 10 
3-4 l:14%fast 8:5-10 1 
3-4 1:17 good 27-6 1 



96 

94 5 
Kk.5 5 
i too 3 
105 7 
) 100 — 
i l(M)5ll 
108 
111 1 
I n;i 4 
> 109 2 
100 6 
» 116 9 

304.52 Bowie 1 1 :44%slow 97-10 117 4 

WOODEN SHOES, ch. g. 6 113 

33190 J.imaiea ImTOy 1:44 fast 9 .5 119 4 
32592 11. deG’ce lni70yl:47 fa.st 89-10 120 3 
:;i*9.55 Havana 1 1-16 l:46%fast 1-2 121 2 
1 1:40 fast 4-5 115 2 
1 1-4 2:07%fast 21-10 111 5 



6 5 
2 2 
6 



7® 



2'» 

1® B 
25 J 
4»i J 
J 

4*5 J 



slow 6-.5 
slow 7-20 1 
fast 16-5 1 
fast 3 
mud 18-5 ] 



By Bannockburn — Tootsy Mack (Marrone Stable). 

15 Kleeger S Nightstick. Lucius. Thelh’cisioii 
B Kleeger ,5 Nightstick, Paddy Whack, Quartz 
Kleeger 7 Brynlimali, Piraeus. Sasin 
Metcalf G Paddy Wliack, Kilts, Polly J. 
IVIetcalf 10 Kowessa, He Will, I/eoehares 
Metcalf 8 llyannis. He AVill, Damrosch 
Metcalf 7 Pennant, Leoeharee, Tea Caddy 
By Sea King — Cantaloupe (W. Stockton). 

3* 3* K I'roise a Ed Ko< he, Precise, Dovtslale 

25 1'5 E Ambrose ♦* Ed Rwhe, Precise, Chieftain 

inb 1'5 L Lykes 10 Budweiser. Ob<dus, Tito 

6* 3= E Foreh’d 7 El Key, Comaclio, SwiftFox 

— lb W Collins 13 Dolina. Cnniioiiado. Astrologer 
8® 8’® E AmbroselL’ Blue Fox, Med. Miss, Hath. Gray 
By The Commoner — Niaxus (Brighton Stable). 

1® 1® .1 Butwell ,5 Preci.se. Q.of tlie Sea, Dovedale 
11 2'5 .1 Butwell G Q.of theSea. Pn*cise, Chieftain 
<’* .lem, W<NHlen Shoes, Garb.age 

7 S.McMoekin. P.Lyiin, Brooms’ge 
9 Merchant, N.K.Beal, Napoleon 

8 Na|H>leon, Cherry Rii>e, Onwa 



lb 12 McAte 
1= 1® I. McAtee 
8’® 8=» C B’game 
3® 3'J C B’game 



By Burgomaster — Breakdown (Marrone Stable). 



30266 Pimlico 


1 1-16 l:46%fast 


16 


111 


6 


:» 


3 


3 


3t'142 Laurel 


1 l:38%fast 


42 


104 


6 


4 


3 


2 


STRAIGHT FORWARD, h. c. 3 




106 










:n6ll Belmont 


1 l:40^islo\v 


4 




1 


4 


4 


4 


3353;i Belmont 


62 f 1:20 fa.st 


4 


112 


6 




4 


0 


3:1023 Jamaica 


3-4 l;14%fast 


12 


117 


5 




4 


4 


30291 Pimlico 


3-4 l:13%fast 


69-10 122 


4 




7 


7 


29«.49 Laurel 


3-4 1:13 fast 


3-2 


115 


3 




2 


2 


*.’9486 H.deG’ce 


3-4 1:14 slow 


14 


106 11 




6 


6 


SPEAR LANCE, hr. g, 3 




101 











:>.‘5.5»;2 I5olmoiit 11:44 fast 1:5-10 131 1 

:5::i:6.5 Belmont 55 f .st l:04Hfast 8 112 6 



32t»9S Jamaiea 
:i2!»38 Jamaica 
:i22f.<i Oakl’wii 
:;2215 Oakl’wn 
BLUE THISTLE, 
:>::*‘.41 Belmont 
.T5291 Belmont 
21»966 l.,aurel 
2 Jh: 09 Ljiurol 



8 

7 

8-5 

6 



29264 H.deG’ce lm70yl:44 
29113 H.deG’ce 1 1-16 1:50 
DUNGA DIN, cb. c. 3 
:;:il.5.5 Jamaica 
.'52!>7.5 Jamaica 
32619 H.deG’ce 
.32.576 H.deG’ce 
:52.564 H.deG’ce 



3-4 l:i:5\.fast 
3-4 l:14^fast 
1 l:40%fast 
1 1:45 mud 
b. g. 8 
1 1 ;40%slow 12-5 
3-4 1 :14%fast 6 
1 1-8 l;.575fivhvy 7-10 
1 1-16 1:46 fast 6-5 



115 10 
121 6 
10!U 1 
1095 1 
118 
108 r» 

119 1 



1 1 
5 
10 
7 

2 2 
2 2 



fast 22-5 126 1 
mud 11-20 119 5 
C, 3 93 

.3-4 l:14Vf.fast 45 106 2 

55 f l:0<;v*5fast 20 995 4 

55 f 1:07 fast 7 104 14 

55 f l:07%fast 23-10 111 1 
6-8 1:02 fast 17-5f 115 12 



4 4 
4 2 
2 4 

2 2 



:t'= h' Kob’son G Ed Foelie, Jem, t;:irb:ig( 
lb 2>5 J Metcalf 7 Womlstoiie, Feiim’se, J.Wingf’d 

4 4*i B Kleeger 4 Golden Gate, Lib. Sands, S.Star 

1= 1'5 I. Mink G J. J. Lillis. Droll, Friendless 

15 15 B Kleeger 7 Jem, Oratorium, NinetySimplex 

3® 3>» B Kleeger 7 Bay. Candle, Chiclet, Air Man 

2* 2® B Kleeger G Chiclet, Between lls, Bac 

By Star Shoot — Franknesz (R. T. Wilson). 

4® 3®5 J Mc'i'ag’t ~t GitHoii. this. BlueTliistlo, Ballad 

5® 4® J Mo’rag’t 8 'r.o’tli’M’iiig, S’flashll., R’rdale 

3= 3*5 J Mc'l'ag’t 9 Jiili.ileon, W’dtrap, 'IMUsheell. 

7"b 6*5 J Mc'I'ag’t 9 Cadillac, Manokin, Jo<‘k Scot 

2» 2>5 J McTag’t G Bally, Ticket. Bondage 

7> 6‘** J McTag’t 12 llourless, Woodtrap, Wistful 
By Spearmint — Snoot (D. S. Dreycr). 

15 U Mr W -VI’ tin 4 Polnuiia, Mr..SiM‘es, Searpia II. 
4® 4®ii r Borel G W(KMltr:ip, Milkman, Harv.King 

45 4*5 C Borel 12 Corn Tassel. Meteorite, S. Song 

6* 6®5 G Borel 9 ('oiirtship, Polly J.. Mae ^lurray 

2*5 G Borel G Man. Toi. Dr. Tuck, Opixirtunity 

3* 3‘’5 G Borel 5 Opiwrtueity, Fixer, Liicile P. 

By Blues— Wild Thistle CH. C. Hallenbecki. 
lb l’5 a Pickens .5 (Boom.Gus, Str.Forward. Ballad 

4= 4'5 A Pickens G Gloomy Gus, Startling, Killdee 

3® 2® A Schu’g’r 4 Gold. Boy, Hid. Star, HaiidsOff 

Ink 2b A Schu’g’r G (iloId.Boy, W. Shoes, Republican 

3* 2* A Schu’g’r 4 Malachite, 1’. Whack, Feiiniouso 

2* 15 A Schu’g’r 5 V’ermont, N. Simplex, E. Henry 

By Meelick — Gay and Festive (C. N. Darke). 



B. Resposs). 

Went to iK)8t at 3:24. At post 2 minutes. Start 
good and slow. W’on easily; second and third driv- 
ing. 

• Scratched — 33.’>72 Curious, 117; 33431 Revelry 

James, 113; 33.371 Parcel Post, lOtl. 

Overweights — Cousin Bob, 5 pounds. 



33612 Fourth Race— 1 1-16 Miles. Purse $350. 

4-year-olds and upw’urd. Selling. Net value to 

winner, $245; second, $70; third, $35. 

Ind. Horse. Wt.Fin. Jockey. Op. Cl. PI. 

3SS91 Insur’ce Man 108 15 G Corey 25 3 6-5 

83670* *Harwood 109 2» A Casey 3-2 6-5 3-5 

33607 ®Zodiac 108 3b N Taylor 4 4 3-2 

33387** John Louis 103 45 F Baker 3 4 3-2 

33465 High Tide 112 5* W Hinphy 6 6 2 

33460 F. G. Hogan 115 6*5 F Battiste 6 7 25 

33463 After Nlg^t 108 7* J D’mlnick 15 20 7 

33132 Natchez ^ 108 8 N Foden 20 25 8 

Time, 1:55. Track fast. 

Show odds — Insurance M:ni, 3-5; Harwood, 1-4; 
Zodiac, 2-3; Jolm Ixuiis, 2-3; High Tide, 1; Frank 
G. Hogan, G-5; After Night, 3; Natchez, 4. 

Winner — J. Wakeman’s b. g, 7, b.v Hermis — Mel- 
ton Mowbray (trained by E. J. Doyle; bred by Mr. 
E. R. Bradley). 

Went to |H)st at 3:45. At post 1 minute. Start 
go<Ml and slow. Wou driving; second and third the 
same. 

Overweights — Frank G. Hogan, 4 pounds. 



33613 Fiftli Race — About 6 1-2 Furlongs. Purse 

$3.50. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Net 

value to winner, $245; second, $70; third, $35. 

Ind. Horse. Wt.Fin. Jftekey. Op. Cl. PI. 

3346.6 ®Gordon 118 1» H Watts 8 8 3 

33573® Rubicon II. 114 2*5 R Ix)we 2 3 1 

33570®* Inez 104 3n F Baker 3 4 .3-2 

(32962) Dr. Gann 107 4* R Ryan 5 3 1 

33299 Flying Tom 110 5* H Chappell 25 30 S 

83570 Scallywag 111 6= R Harty 6 12 4 

33573* Ada Anne 108 7*5 A Casey 4 6 2 

( 33388 )Quick 111 8 N Taylor 25 3-2 1-2 

Time, 1:24%. Track fast. 

Show odds — Gordon. 3-2; Rubicon II., 1-2; Inez, 
2-3; Dr. Gann, 1-2; Flying Tom, 4; Scallywag, 2; 
Ada Anne, 1 ; Quick out. 

Winner — S. Bniee’s br. h. 6, by Martinet — Suave 
(trained b.v A. E. (iates; bred by Messrs. Holland 
and Williams Bros). 

Went to post at 4:15. At post 2 minutes. Start 
good and slow. Won easily; second and third driv- 
ing. 

^4^Tatelled—(.^3.5♦19) Belle of tlie Kitchen. 109; 
334G2*Geneva. 101. 

Overw’cights — Flying Tom, 3 pounds. 



33614 Sixtli Race — Alxait 5-8 Mile. Purse $350. 

4 -year-olds and upw’ard. Selling. Net value to 

winner, $245; second. $70; tliird, $35. 

Ind. Horse. Wt.Fin. Jockey. Op. Cl. PI. 

33389 Double Bass 114 1® C Knight 25 6-5 3-5 

335G7 ® *Brownstone 112 2* F Baker 3 2 1 

33466 Will Gash 117 3«* N Foden 6 5 2 

33:485 *T. Flanigan 109 4h D Bloom 1.5 20 7 

29697® King Cotton 114 5b R Harty 20 10 

33466 Littlost RebelllS 6*5 D Boland 4 4 2 

33567 *Miss Jean 110 7= A Casey 3-2 25 1 

33569 Little Pete 117 8 G Corey 6 6 2 

Time, 1:01. Track fast. 

Show odds — Ihnible Bass, out; Brownstone, 1-2; 
Will Gash, 1; Tom Flanigan, 3; King Cott«»n. 5; 
Littlest Keixd. 1; Miss .l«‘}in. 12; lattle Pete, 1. 

Winner — N. R. Sutherland’s b. g, G, by Uiiele — 
IKnible Six (traine<l by N. R. Sutherland; bred by 
31 r. G. Kohler). 

Went to iM>st at 4:41. At post 3 minutes. Start 
gm»d and slow. Won easily; second and third 
<lrivitig. 

Scratched — 33G02 K.atignn, 117; 33567 Mazurka, 
117. 



7* A Collins 
35 7** A Collins 
6* 4*i W Obert 
1* 1® W Ohert 
10* 11'* W Obert 



32548 Bowie 


3-4 1:15 slow 


33 


102 


1 




2 


2 


2* 


2® W 


Obert 


LIBYAN SANDS, b. c. 4 




111 










By Rock Sand — 


jsowie 


1 l:4.i‘/j,KOod 48-5 1<»9 


3 


n 


2 


2 


2® 


2* K 


Ball 


324:;2 Bowie 


1 l:43*ifast 


19-20 118 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2i 


2*i K 


Bali 


32(»4l Havana 


1 l:4.'»%hvy 


6 


109 


2 


1 


2 


2 


2*2 


2* K 


Ambrose. 


3181,6 Havana 


1 1 :41 fa.st 


7-5 


109 


5 


6 


6 


5 


4* 


3=J E 


Ambrose 


31260 Havana 


lm.50y l:42%fast 


1-2 


105 


3 


2 


2 


1 


1* 


1® E 


Ambrose 


31109 Havana 


lm50y l:42%fast 


5 


111 


2 


3 


3 


4 


4 


2=J U 


Watts 



10 Killdee. Gloom.v Gus. Felieidad 
12 T.of’th’M’ing. O’sdale, R.M’den 
14 Polly J., Etruscan. Imiierator 
7 Adalid, Anita. Jimmy Burns 
12 Il.vaiinis, Reprobate, Tyrant 
5 Hauberk, Tea Caddy, Adalid 
•Linda Stone (A. Lezama). 

G WofKlstone. Monomo.v, Alliena 
7 F’iryl.,«‘gend, B. Around, Ymleles 
,5 N. Simplex, Sevillian, Friendless 



4 Shoot. Star, Sevillian, M. Choice 



33615 Seventh Race — About 6 1-2 Furlongs. Purse 
$3.*i0. 4-.vear-ohls and upward. Selling. Net 

value to winner, $245; second, $70; third, $35. 
Ind. Horse. Wt.Fin. Jo<-ke.v. Op. Cl. I’l. 

33463 ®Dot H. Ill 1* H Dennler 25 3 1 

33:492 F:vclina 111 25 U Ryan 8 8 4 

33463 = N. Mucha cho 113 3* J D’minick 21 25 1 

33302 = Minnie F. 115 4= W Hinphy 4 5 2 

335il*Letitia 106 .55 D Bloom 3 3 6 5 

:43005 Van Horn li:i 6® S Wol.‘<t’m 25 :K) 10 

33573 Bro’n Prince 121 7* C Knight 4 4 3-2 

33604 ®R’ky O’Brien 113 8® M Mount’n 20 25 8 

32925*Weyanoke 111 9 F Baker 8 25 1 

33492 Penny rock 12l P.up.G Corey 6 6 2 

‘ Time, 1:25%. Track fast. 

SIiow odds — I>ot H., 1-2; Evelina, 2; Nino Mn- 
clnieho. 1-2; Minnie F.. 1: Lotitia. 3-5; Van Horn, 
5; Brown Prince, 2-3; Rocky O’Brien, 4; Weyanoke, 
1-2; Pennyrock. 1, 

Winner — S. llazeltine’s br. f, 4. by Von Tromii 
, Scretniwell Lake (trained by S. Hazeltine; bred by 
'Mr. W. E. Hall. 

Went to ix»st at 5:00. At post 3 minutes. Start 
good and slow. Won easily-; second and third driv 
ing. 

Overweiglits--Dot II., 5 pounds. 



SIXTH RACE— 1 1-16 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Handicap. (July 8, 1913— 1:14%— 5— 120.) 



SPUR, b. c. 4 

3:;,76:5 P.elmont 1 1-4 2 
:2i243 Belmont 1 1 
22976 Jamaica 1 1 16 1 
20201 Laurel 1 1-8 1 
3»)09.5 Laurel 1 1-16 1 
29852 Laurel 11-8 1: 
29726 I.,aurel 1 1-16 1 
2:1285 H.deG’ce 1 1-8 1 
CELANDRIA. ch. f. 4 
;^.‘2il6 Belmont 1 1 
S.‘!2;»2 Belmont 1 1 
3::24:; Belmont 1 1 
229;>5 Jamaica 1 1-16 1 
28517 Saratoga 7-8 1 
28421 Saratoga 1 1-8 1 
WHIMSY, br. g, 4 
33410 Belmont 1 1 
3:5120 Jamaica 3-1 1 
29953 Laurel 1 1-16 1 
29827 l.aurel 1 1 

29770 Laurel 3-4 1 
29242 H.deG’ce 3-4 1 
28964 Belmont 65 f 1 
GARBAGE, ch. g. 5 
3:i418 Pip.R’k 1 1-16 1 
:CT3 Pip.R’k Ab3-4 1 



;05*/ifast 10 
::59'/<>slow 9-10 
:46Hvfast 17-10 
:f>0%fast 7-5 
:46 fast 2-5 
51Msfast 23-10 
:43%fast 22-5 
:52%slow 14-5 

41 slow 14-5 
41 fast 10 
;39*^,slow 10 
46'^fast 6 
2.5%fast 12 
54%fast 5 

40%fast 2 
I2%fast 7 
46%fast 19 
42'%good 52 
14 fast f’ld 
13 fast f’ld 
:20%fast 12 



54%slow 1-2 
16%sIow 5 123 



126 

lis 3 

117 5 

118 3 
120 1 
130 6 

119 4 
118 9 
1175 4 
108 
111 9 
116 1 

100 7 
115 6 
108 11 11 
117 2 3 
110 

114 3 1 
102 4 
1035 6 4 

102 3 5 
102 10 

101 8 
111 6 

103 
140 1 



3:tlW Jamaica ImTuy 1:44 fast 5 



4 

121 6 



32891 Pimlico 


11-16 1:47 fast 


37-5 109 


4 


1 


1 


1 


32818 Pimlico 


3-4 1 :14 f a.st 


26 


106 


7 




7 


8 


28367 Saratoga 


1 l:4l%fast 


12 


113 11 


6 


8 


8 


28324 Saratoga 


1 1:41 fa.st 


3i 


110 


O 


4 


5 


9 


28264 Saratoga 


3-4 l:12%fast 


50 


121 


9 




8 


8 


CHICLET, b. ] 


ti. 5 




115 










3:>563 Belmont 


1 1-4 2:05%fast 


20 


113 


5 


6 


7 


5 


5;J479 Belmont 


1 1-16 l:47%fast 


6 


118 


7 


6 


6 


5 


30:{25 Pimlico 


1 1-8 l:.56%mud 


13 


•5 113 


2 








30285 Pimlico 1 


lm40y 1 :42 fast 


47-10 114 


4 


4 


4 


4 



30266 Pimlico 
3C:i43 Laurel 
29798 Laurel 
29537 Laurel 



1 1-16 l:46%fast 11-10 120 2 
1 l:3S%fast 11-10 114 3 
1 1:40 fast 9-5 116 5 
1 1:39 fast 65 HI 3 



By King James — ^Auntie Mum (J. Butler). 

4® 4*1 \V J O’B’n 9 Boots, Borrow, The Finn 

2* 2* W J O’B’n 7 Ormosdale, Borrow, D. Williams 

25 3=4 W J O’B’n G Stromboli, TheFinn, Bay.Candle 

2*5 2b A Schu’g’r 5 ItiineK. Borrow, Flittergold 

2* 3*1 A Schii’g’r 7 D.’s Choi«*e, Malachite, Air Man 

3® 2*5 J I^oftus 5 Boots, Runes. Short Grass 

4® 2* J I.,oftus 0 Boots, StromlK)li. Flittergold 

45 2* J Loftus 8 Tlie Finn, Borrow, Stromboll 

By Celt — ^Adriana (Elkwood Park Stable). 

3* :i®5 F'b’lhcr 9 IthineMaideii, Wistful, Fa. Wand 
35 :P4 j I.<oftus 7 A1 M, Dick, Skeptic, Dad. Choice 

6® 5*5 B Kleeger 7 Ormesdale, Spur. Borrow 

,5® 4"5 F”b’thcr 10 A1 M. Dick, Fernrock. Dorcas 
6* 4* F Murphy 11 Capra, Flying Fairy, Ima Frank 

6* 6* F Murphy 7 Mal:icliite, Sprint, Jacoba 

By Burgomaster — Whimsical (Cleveland Stable). 

2* 2* J McTag’t 8 AirMan, Pickwick, S.McMcekin 
2* lb A Collins 9 T.o’th’Mor’g, Rli. Maiden. (Hllles 

6* 5®2 L Mink G Benevolent, Polroma, Berrilldon 

4= 3® L Mink 6 Benevolent, Roadmjister, Kilmer 

75 7*J R Ball 12 I’ort Light, Crimiwr, Regina 

9* 10® M And’sonll Sand Marsh. Ima Frank, Hanson 
5* 3** G Byrne 6 Ormesdale, L.H’lington, Pleione 
By Aeronaut — ^Trask (E. B. Cassatt). 

1® 1® E Campb’ll 4 Wonderful, Melodrama, Cloud 
1* 1= E Cainpb’1112 Neville II., R. Maiden, Caban*t 
4® 4*= E Cami>b’ll G Ed Roclie, Jem, Wooden Shoes 
1* 1* E Campb’ll 4 AllSmiles, Merchant, Melmlrama 
8* E Campb’ll 9 R.Maiden, Tea(’addy, Startling 
75 9‘* B Campb’119 Sam Slick. B. TrooixT, R.Meteur 
9* 10** B Campb’llO Dervish, Transit Republican 
7* 6** E Campb’l 9 Pennant, B. Baggage, Delanccy 
By Spearmint — Nature (J. E. Widener). 

6® 6*4 F Keogh 9 Boots, Borrow. The Finn 

45 4® F' Keogh 7 Flittergold. Borrow, D.’s Choice 

4* 3*5 F Rob’son 8 J.J. Lillis, Hauberk, Dad.’sChoice 
3b lb F Rob’.son 9 lieoehares, Flittergold, Runes 

2® 2* F Keogh 7 B. Candle. Wood. Shoes, AirMan 

1® 1* F Keogh G Wooden Shoes. BetweenUs. Bac 

25 2*> F Rob’.son 7 Flittergold. D.’s Choice, AirMan 

2* lb F Rob’son 8 Crimper, D.’s Choice, HalfRock 



HILLCREST PARK FORM CHART. 



TORONTO. ONT., Tuesday June 12. 1917.— Hill- 
erest Park. 'I’liird «lay. Toronto Driving Club’s 
First Meeting of 7 days. (12 books on). Weather 
clear. 

Presiding Judge, Ed (’’ole. Starter. Frank Mc- 
Ginty, Racing Sccn*tary, W. R. Norvell, 

Racing starts at 2:30 p. m. (Chicago time, 1:30). 

33609 First Race — Ab<uit G 1-2 Furlongs. Purse 
1-year-olds and upward. Selling. Net 
value to winner, $24."*; second, $70; third, $35. 



Ind. Horse. 
33460 Smuggler 
33460* Industry 
33604 Swede Sam 
33463 McCIIntock 
33387 *Llni|>et 
33455 Yanker 
33457 Fawn 
33608 Phil Mohr 
334.35 ®A1 Court 



Wt.Fin. Jockey. Op. Cl. PI. 

114 inw C Knight 4 4 2 

110 2® G Corey 3-2 3-2 3-5 

115 3* W Hinphy 3 4 2 

114 4= H Watts 5 5 2 

110 5= L Gray 12 15 6 

112 6= N Foden 10 12 4 

108 7* R Ryan 8 10 4 

1115 8 H Dennler 15 20 7 

118 P.up.R Lowe 25 2 2-3 

33392 Shar. Knight 110 P.up.M M’nt’n 20 25 8 

Time. 1:25%. Track fast. 

Show odds — Smuggler. 1; Industry, 1-3; Swede 
Sam, 1; MeClintock. 1; Limpet, 3; Yanker. 2; Fawn, 
2; Phil Mohr, 3; A1 Court, out; Sharper Knight, 4. 

Winner— C. Martin’s b. m, 5, by Marchmont II. — 
Tariff (trained by C. Martin; bred by Mr. W. Ful- 
ler). 

Went to post at 2:40. At post 3 minutes. Start 
gootl and slow. Wou driving; second and tliird the 
same. 

Overweights— Smuggler, 1 pound; MeClintock, 2; 
Phil Mohr, 1%. 



Ind. Horse. Wt.Fin. J«H*key. 

33467 = * Heroine 108 1* F Baker 

33307 Magnetina 110 25 R Ryan 

33295 = Velvet 110 31 N Taylor 

33391 Capt.Fred’ks IIS 45 R Lowe 

( 33001 )Lycia 110 5*5 H Stuart 



Op. Cl. PI. 
3 4 2 

25 6 2 

25 25 
" 8 
3 



89610 Second Race— About 5-8 Mile. Purse $350. 
8-year-olds. Selling. Net valup to winner, $245; 
second, $70; third, $35. 



1 

3 

_ 1 

33378 E. Thompsonlll 65 W Hinphy 10 12 4 

(33467) Plunger 118 7* G Corey 6-5 8-5 3-5 

33053 Christabel 103 8 C White 15 20 7 

Time, 1:02%. Track fast. 

Show odds — Heroine, 1; Magnetina. 1; Velvet, 1-2; 
Capt. Fredricks, 3-2; Lycia, 1-2; Elizabeth Thomp- 
son. 2; Plunger, 1-3; (’hristabel, 3. 

Winner— 'r. A. Davies’ ch. f, 3. by Glorifier— 
llawklet (trained by F. Wilson; bred by Mr. J. E. 
l.«iine). 

Went to post at 3:03. At post 2 minutes. Start 
go<Hl and slow. Won easily; second and third driv- 
ing. 

Scratched— 33T)G6 Victrola, 103; 33566-Miss Shot, 
103. 

Overweights — Elizabeth Thompson, 1 pound. 



33611 Third Race — .\boiit 5-8 Mile. Purse $350. 
3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Net value to 
winner, $245; second. $70; third, $35. 



Ind. Horse. 
(3S571)Detour 



Wt.Fin. 
117 1* 



Jockey. 
R Lowe 



33468 *M. Johnson 115 25 J Deav’p’t 1 
S8459 Donner 
38890 J. D. Sugg 
33492 *Nolli 
33567 Bessanta 
33603 Cousin Bob 



Op. Cl. PI. 
3-2 2 2-5 

2-3 1-3 
8 2 | 
6 2 
4 

7 

8 



109 35 R Ryan 7 

112 4* J Howard 5 u 

113 6= H Dennler 10 10 

101 6* C White 15 20 

104 7 M Mount’n 20 25 

Time, 1:01%. Track fazt. 

Show odds — Detour, out; Mama Johnson, out; 
Donner, 1; J. D. Sugg, 1; NolU, 3-2; Bessanta, 3; 
Cousin Bob, 4. 

Winner-^. Walsh’s blk. g. 8, by Dick Welles— 

Somersault (trained by J. Walsh; bred by Mr. J, 



33616 Eighth Race — Alxuit G 1-2 Furlongs. Purse 

$:4.*»0. 4-yeai-olds and upward. ,S«dling. Net 

value to winner, $24.'>; second, $70; thini, $35. 

1im 1. H<u>e. Wt.Fin. J<K*key. Op. Cl. I’l. 

(31818)Lcwis Opi>erl09 1= J D’mirick 5 2 1 

33570 Divan 107 2*5 N Taylor 3 3 1 

33388 *K. Stanfield 105 3*5 F Baker 25 3 1 

33.5G8 Tatiana 1115 4* H Dennler 15 20 6 

33463 Lord Wells lOJ) 5b E Ix-aver 6 7 3 

33392 = *G.W.Kisker 107 6= A Casey 2 2 1 

33170®Fellna 110 7® G Warren 8 12 4 

33166 Civil Lass 107 8® N Foden 10 12 4 

33003 Spohn 109 9 G Corey 7 8 3 

Time, 1:24%. Track fast. 

Show fKlds — ]>>wis Opper. 2-3; Divan, 1-2; Kitty 
Stanfield, 1-2; Tatiaiia, 3; Lord Wells. 3-2; G. W. 
Kisker, 1-2; Felina, 2; (’ivil Lass. 2; Spohn. 3-2. 

Winner — B, Chapman’s b. g, 4, by Contestor — 
Hide and S«x*k (trained by B. Chapman; bred by 
Mr. E. F'razier). 

Went to po.st at 5:33. At post 2 minutes. Start 
giMMl and slow. Won easily; second and third 
driving. 

.Scratched— ,33571 Lucille B.. 110. 

Overweights — Tatiana, 4% pininds; Felina, 3. 



DUFFERIN PARK RACING STATISTICS. 



The first 1917 meeting of the Metropolitan Rac- 
ing Association at DufTerin Park, Toronto, whicli 
iM'g.aii May ;10 ;ind came to a close June 6, em- 
bra«*<*d the customary seven da.vs of racing, during 
wJiicIi time fifty-six races were decided and 
$19, IKK) distributed in purses. W. Walker was the 
leading owner, closely followed by W. M. Cain, 
'T. A. Davies and B. L. Cole. The owners winning 
$245 or more each are as follows: 



1st. 2d. 3<1. 

3 

4 



... 3 
... 3 
... 3 
...3 



Owner. 

Walker, W. . . 

Cain. W. M. .. 

Ibivies, T. A. . 

Cole, B. L 

Wishard, U. S. 

Johnson. O 

Hays, J. S 2 

McM>dy. J. H 2 

Burk ley, J. K 2 

Ih'cker, C. T 2 

Kling. W 2 

LeRoy, M 2 

Patterson, H. R 2 

Pinkham, J. W 2 

Baldwin. J. S 1 

Arthurs, J. W 1 

Barnett, Z 1 

Charles, A 1 

Howell, D. 1 

Sutherland, N. R 1 

Bruce, S 1 

Clesi. A 1 

Crippen, C. I *. 1 

Hutton, G. T 1 

Lutz, E 1 

Murphy, F 1 

Mikel, W. M 1 

Connor, J. J 1 

Delaney, J 1 

Jarrett, R 1 

Rawson, W. M 1 

Ripley. R 1 

Stamps, A. G 1 

Stowe, J. M 1 

Waters. T. B 1 



1 

3 

•» 

0 

0 

3 

1 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

o 

0 

0 

0 
0 
0 

1 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 



Horse. 






l8t. 2d. 3d. 


Amt. 


Harwood 






... 1 1 1 


$350 


Rubietm II 


^ , 




... 1 1 1 


350 


Silvey Shapiro . . 






... 1 1 1 


350 


Ada Anne 






... 1 1 0 


315 


Brown Prince . . 






... 1 1 0 


315 


Capt. Fredricks 






... 1 1 0 


315 


Flying Feet . . . . 




. . . . A . 


... 1 1 0 


315 


Gordon 






... 1 0 2 


315 

315 


Heroine 






... 1 1 0 


I..ady Spirituelle 






... 1 1 0 


315 


O ’Tis True .... 






... 1 1 0 


315 


Sompsilla 






... 1 1 0 


315 


Inez 






... 1 0 1 


280 


Mama Johnson . 






... 1 0 1 


2t^ 


Bogart 






... 1 0 1 


275 


Ancestors 






... 1 0 0 


24.5 


Billy Stuart 






... 1 0 0 


245 


Charles B 






... 1 0 0 


245 


El Sabio 






... 1 0 0 


245 








... 1 t) 0 


24.5 

245 


Izzet Bey 






... 1 0 0 


Jessup Bum . . . . 






... 1 0 0 


245 


Maude Led! 






... 1 0 0 


245 


Oakland 






... 1 0 0 


245 


Prepaid 






... 1 0 0 


245 


Prime Mover . . . . 






... 1 0 0 


245 


Quick 






... 1 0 0 


245 


Sallie O’Day 






... 1 0 0 


245 


Spirella 






... 1 0 0 


245 


Sugar King . . . . 






... 1 0 0 


245 


N. Taylor and 


D. Bloom, with six 


winning 


mounts each, were 


tied 


for tlie riding honors of 


the meeting, 'riie 


following jockeys rode 


one or 


more winners: 










Jo<‘key. 




Mts. 


1st. 2d. 3d. Unp. P.C. 


Taylor, N 




23 


G 4 2 


11 .26 


Bloom, D. 




....27 


G 4 1 


16 .22 


Corey. G 




....18 


5 14 


8 . .28 


Casey, A 




....29 


4 6 8 


11 .14 


Foden, N 




29 


4 3 2 


20 .14 


Burger. N 




21 


4 3 0 


14 .19 


Dominick, J. . . 




29 


3 G 3 


17 .10 


Deaveniiort, J. 




19 


3 4 3 


9 .IG 


Dreyer, J 




18 


:i 2 3 


10 .17 


Knight. C 




10 


3 2 1 


4 .30 


Howard, J. ... 




23 


2 4 0 


17 .09 


Watts, H 




IG 


2 1 3 


10 .12 






9 


2 1 *» 


4 22 


Harty, R. ...!! 




ti 


2 0 1 


3 .33 


liowe, R 




20 


14 3 


12 .05 


Hinphy, W. 




15 


112 


It .07 


White, r 




10 


111 


7 .10 


IKxid, J 




IG 


111 


13 .OG 


MeCiillough, T. 




4 


110 


2 .25 


Taylor, W. . . . 




G 


10 2 


3 .17 


Scherrer, G. . . 




3 


10 0 


2 .33 


Jockeys finishing 


se<*ond 


or third with one 


or more 


of tlieir mounts. 


but not 


riding a winner. 


are in- 


eluded liere : 










Jockey. 






Mts. 2d. 


3d. Unp. 


Baker, F 






9 2 


2 5 


Ryan, R 






20 2 


2 IG 


<;ray. L 






11 1 


2 8 








Ti 1 


1 3 


Russell, C 






4 1 


t) 3 


Gross, C 






10 0 


3 7 


Bauer, I) 






4 0 


2 2 


Chappell, II. . . 






15 0 


1 14 


W<»lsteiilio1in. S. 








1 19 


The following 


jockeys 


were unplaced 


witii all 


their mounts: 










.lo<*key. 




Mts. 


Jockey. 


Mts. 


Stuart, II 




... 1 


Tullett. II 




Whymark, C. . 




... 1 


Lafferty, H. ... 


4 


Dale, J 




... 2 


Jenkins, . F. ... 


.5 


Sutherland, G. 




•> 


Steele, J 


5 


Tlie n'cord of 


the trainers, who saddled one or 


more winners, is 


as follows: 




Tniiner. 




Wins. 


Trainer. 


Wins. 


Arthurs. J, W. 




... 1 


Howell, D. ... 


1 


Baldwin, J. S. 




... 1 


Hutton, G. T. 


1 


Barnett, Z. .. 




... 1 


Jarrett, R. . . . 


1 


Blair, A. G. .. 




... 4 


.Toliiison, t>. ... 


3 


Burke, W 




... 1 


Kling. W 


•J 


Burkley, J. R. 




... 2 


Ix‘c, M 


3 


Caywmxl, W. . 




... 1 


Lutz. E 


1 


Cliapinaii, B. . 




... 1 


Mrxxiy, J. H. . 


. . 2 


Charles, J 




... 1 


I’attersoii, H. R 


o 


Cole. B. L 




... 


I’iiikhain, J. W 


• • 


Connors, J. J. 




... .3 


Rawson, B. . . 


1 


Cripiwn, G. W 




... 3 


Stamps, A. G. 


1 


Ib'laney, J. . . 




... 1 


Stowe, J 


1 


Fiiiiston, W. H 




... 1 


Sutherland. N. 


R. ..1 


Gates, A. E. . 




... 1 


Venters, R. . . 


1 


Gleason, E. 




... 2 


Wilson, F 


3 


Hays, J. S. ... 




... 2 


Wishard, U. S. 


3 



Amt. 

$ 1,2»M) 
1,225 
1,190 
1,0S5 
875 
735 
GG5 
595 
5»10 
5G0 
490 
490 
490 
490 

4.5.5 
350 
3.50 
350 
350 
3.50 
315 
315 
315 
315 
315 
315 
280 
245 
245 

24.5 
245 
245 
245 
245 
245 



Frosty Face, Bolala, Minstrel. Moller and Vlrgie- 
dot were the leaders of the money winning horses, 
of which the following won $245 or more each: 

Horse. 1st. 2d. 3d. Amt. 

Frosty Face 2 1 1 $ 595 

Minstrel 2 1 0 560 

Moller 2 1 0 560 

Virgiedot 2 1 0 560 

Bolala 2 0 2 560 

Dyson 2 0 0 400 

Frisky 2 0 0 490 

Heclas Flame 2 0 0 490 

Plunger 2 0 0 4M 

Bermudian 2 0 0 4.% 

Muaantl 1 2 1 420 

Constituent 1 2 0 

Doctor D 1 2 0 885 

Parcel Post 1 2 0 385 

Curious 1 1 1 350 

Doctor Kendall 1 X 1 830 



The pcrc<*ntage of winning favorites was nlM>ve 

nonnal, as sliowii in the sulijoined tabulation: 

NuimIxt of days 7 

Numix'r of ra<H»s 56 

Winning first <-hoices 26 

Winning second clioices IG 

Winning outsiders 14 

Winning at «Mlds-oii 5 

lH*fcatcd at od<ls-on 

Percentage of winning favorites 



1 

.46 



DEATH OF NOTED TRAINER AND SOLDIER. 



Major Chas. Beatty, D. S. O., elder brother of 
Admiral Sir David Beatt.v, died in England recently 
of wounds received at St. Eloi. France. Major 

Beatty was formerly a geiitlcniiin j(x*key and on 
Fill)ert in 1897 he finisliod second in the Grand 

National to M.'inifosto. He liad ridden his first win- 
ner at Rugby five years !)ofore. He was private 
trainer to the late (5>lonel McCalmont and later 

trained for Lord Howard <le Walden. 

Zinfandel and St. Maeloii were the best of the 
horses tliat eame under his care. With Zinfandel 
he won, among other races, the Manchester Cup, 
the Ascot Gold Vase, the Coronation Cup, the 

Jockey Club Cup and the Ascot Gold Cup. Ziu- 
faiidcl also finislied second in the Cesarewitch, giv- 
ing the winner, the aged Grey Tick, twenty- three 
pounds. Zinfandel was then only a three-year-old. 

St. Maelou’s successes included the Lincolnshire 
Handicap and the Manchester November Ilamlicap, 
the horse earri'iiig 131 pounds in the last-named 
race. 

Other useful horses trained by Major Beatty were 
Rising Glass (which won the Jockey Club Stakes 
and ran second in the Derby and St. lA*ger) and 
Glass Jug, which finished second in Sceptre’s Oaks. 



Walter Gage, 

who is now at the Latonia track is in a position 
to furnish horses here at Latonia which are ready 
to win at good prices. I will have the wonl Friday 
night on a horse starting Saturday, June 16, which, 
barring accidents, will win at a price. This and 
otlier good things which I will have here all re- 
ceived their preparation in actual racing at Louis- 
ville and are now just about fit and ready to do 
their best. If honest players will work shoulder 
to shoulder with me to help pay the expense we 
can all profit. My terms are the winnings of a 
$5 Straight Play. Saturday’s horse will reach you 
by wire before 12 o’clock Saturday morning. Send 
name and address. No postal cards, cafes, hotels 
or telegraph offices noticed. No callers. City 
clients will get name of horse by first mail Satur- 
day. Write at once. 

HOTEL GRAND CINCINNATI, OHIO 



THE TURF REPORTER. 

R. 568 Baltimora Bide.. 88 W. Qviaer 8t.. OMow. 
Don’t miss Saturday’s two live ones for $1. 
TODAY’S FORM SPECIAL: 

No. 10, Book 668. 



NATIONAL RACING REVIEW. 

TODAY’S SPECIAL: 

Maine, Mountain, Matinee, Swallow. 
Yesterday’s Special. J. J. Murdock, 140-100. won. 
and Wire was scratched. 

Room Ml. 580 8. Dearborn Street. OUeago. HH ti0» 



CLIFF FIELD. 360-100 WON. 

Was Tuesday’s Daily. Wednesday’s daily won also. 
They’re $5 for six starts. 

TODAY’S FREE BEST: 
6on»-Soath-Cab-lr»-Uae-Pat. Book 800%. 
Amerioan Thorongkbved. Baltimore Bldg., Okioaf*. 



FIVE WIHNEBS out of last 6 starters is our rec- 
ord on our Free Form Specials. Code to above ap- 
pears in Racing Form each day. New book now on 
sale at news-stands that handle this raper, 25 cts., 
good for a week. Today’s Special: April-Pear-81- 
11-86-48. The Standard Tnn Ooide, Chieafe. IlL 



8UB8CBIBB FOB SAILX BACOra FORM.